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01 February 2017
On January 19 2017 the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Division of Enforcement issued two new enforcement advisories outlining the factors that it will consider in evaluating cooperation by individuals and companies in its investigations and enforcement actions.(1)
The CFTC gives credit for:
With the issuance of the recent advisories, the Division of Enforcement aims to further incentivise individuals and companies to cooperate fully and truthfully in CFTC investigations and enforcement actions by:
The advisories complement the work of the CFTC's Office of the Whistleblower and the CFTC's whistleblower programme, which provide monetary incentives to individuals who report possible violations of the Commodity Exchange Act that lead to a successful enforcement action, as well as privacy, confidentiality and anti-retaliation protections for whistleblowers who share information with or assist the CFTC.
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