Foreign Part 30
Pursuant to CFTC Regulation 30.10, persons located outside the U.S., who are subject to a comparable regulatory framework in the country in which they are located, may seek an exemption from the application of certain Commission regulations, including those with respect to registration. The chart below refers to those exemptive orders issued by the Commission pursuant to this regulation.
The standard Regulation 30.10 order issued to a foreign regulator or foreign exchange, described in the chart below as “General relief,” permits approved foreign firms to solicit and accept orders from U.S. customers for otherwise
permitted transactions on those exchanges located within the foreign regulators jurisdiction or subject to the rules of the foreign exchange, as appropriate, without having to register with the Commission. A foreign regulator or foreign exchange may petition the Commission to extend its Regulation 30.10 relief (i.e., “Extended relief”) to allow foreign firms subject to the comparable regulatory program to solicit and accept orders from U.S. customers for otherwise
permitted transactions on any non-U.S. exchange authorized by local law or regulation.
Please note that Regulation 30.10 orders typically become effective upon publication in the Federal Register.
For more information regarding this chart, please contact the Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight.
Search Foreign Part 30 Exemptions using the following criteria:
|Organization||Country||Filing Description||Status||Date||Remarks||Associated Documents
|Bombay Stock Exchange Limited||India||Request for exemption pursuant to Commission Regulation 30.10 on behalf of designated members of BSEL||Pending||02/26/2016|| ||0
|National Stock Exchange of India||India||Request for exemption pursuant to Commission Regulation 30.10 on behalf of designated members of NSE||Pending||08/06/2007|| ||0