Letter from U.S. Chamber of Commerce Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness and Seven other Associations to the CFTC regarding Reg AT

Letter from U.S. Chamber of Commerce Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness and Seven other Associations to the CFTC regarding Reg AT
“In short, if not significantly amended, the proprietary source code provisions of Regulation AT will: (1) compromise the established and expected due process rights of our members; (2) increase the threat of “copycat” measures from other countries and contradict established U.S. policy on intellectual property disclosure; (3) heighten the possibility of cyberattacks against government-mandated data repositories; and (4) do little to assist the CFTC in its market surveillance activities.”