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The [[FIA]]'s Law & Compliance Division monitors legal and regulatory developments affecting the [[futures]] and [[derivatives]] industry. It assists the FIA in providing information to help relevant regulators and courts make decisions that affect the futures exchanges community.  
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The [[FIA]]'s Law & Compliance Division monitors legal and regulatory developments affecting the [[futures industry|futures]] and [[derivatives]] industry. It assists the FIA in providing information to help relevant regulators and courts make decisions that affect the futures exchanges community.  
  
 
The Division discusses issues with U.S. and International regulators and exchanges. When appropriate it prepares comment letters, position papers, and court briefs.
 
The Division discusses issues with U.S. and International regulators and exchanges. When appropriate it prepares comment letters, position papers, and court briefs.
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== Key People ==
 
== Key People ==
*Bonnie S. Litt, Board President
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*[[Bonnie S. Litt]], Board President
*Dennis Klejna, Board Vice President
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*[[Dennis Klejna]], Board Vice President
 
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Revision as of 12:37, 21 January 2009


The FIA's Law & Compliance Division monitors legal and regulatory developments affecting the futures and derivatives industry. It assists the FIA in providing information to help relevant regulators and courts make decisions that affect the futures exchanges community.

The Division discusses issues with U.S. and International regulators and exchanges. When appropriate it prepares comment letters, position papers, and court briefs.

Division members address industry issues through conferences, meetings and monthly luncheons in Chicago and New York. The Law & Compliance Division sponsors a two-day workshop each spring which attracts more than 350 industry participants to discuss current legal and compliance issues.[1]

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References

  1. FIA Law & Compliance Division Background. Futures Industry Association.