Law360 featured former U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Senior Trial Attorney Braden Perry in an evaluation of CFTC’s Chairman Timothy Massad. Perry said that Massad’s change in tone was immediately palpable in his speeches and the agency’s guidance letters. And whereas Gensler had the job of implementing Dodd-Frank Act reforms immediately after they were passed, Massad was able to take a step back and make subtle changes in order to help market participants while still protecting consumers. Although many challenges remain, Perry said that he has a lot of potential to make the markets work in an efficient manner for those the CFTC oversees.
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