FIA advocates for open, transparent and competitive markets around the world. Our global advocacy team  works with regulators, policymakers, and the industry on the development and implementation of legislation and regulation through publications and filings.

FIA responds to FSB consultation on CCP resolution financial resources and tools
November 20, 2023 CONTINUE READING
FIA joins industry call for adequate implementation time for REMIT II
November 22, 2023 CONTINUE READING
FIA submits comments to SGX on proposed changes to Futures Trading Rules
November 6, 2023 CONTINUE READING
FIA responds to Bank of England approach to discretionary payments by CCPs
November 20, 2023 CONTINUE READING

Publications & Filings

  • October 2023 SEF trading activity

    Trading volume on swap execution facilities reached $1.31 trillion in average notional value per day during October 2023, the second highest level ever recorded.

  • Down-payments to modernizing our industry

    Opening remarks of Walt Lukken, President and CEO of FIA, at the Asia Derivatives Conference in Singapore on 29 November 2023.

  • Key Differences between EU and US Digital Asset Regulation

    The rapid proliferation and recent turmoil of digital asset activities in the EU and US has tested existing regulatory frameworks and presented regulators and elected officials with difficult questions on how Digital Assets should be regulated.

  • FIA New Member Profile - Cunningham Commodities

    Established in 1982, Illinois-based Cunningham Commodities is a CFTC-registered FCM, member of the NFA, and a clearing member of both CME Group and MGEX. 

  • FIA New Member Profile - Miller Strategic Partners LLP

    Miller Strategic Partners, founded in 2023 by Ryne Miller and William Schroeder, is a law firm that advises traditional and emerging financial markets companies and trading firms.

  • FIA joins industry call for adequate implementation time for REMIT II

    FIA along with AFME, CMC Europe, EFET, Eurelectric, Eurogas, Europex, FESE, FIA EPTA, IOGP and ISDA has submitted a letter to European co-legislators urging them to delay the timing of the implementation of some of the obligations of the revised Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency (REMIT II).