CFTC's Gensler defends swaps vs futures margin disparity

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Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) chairman Gary Gensler has defended the advantage handed to futures markets by the agency's margin rules, claiming the higher minimum applied to over-the-counter swaps is based on years of established practice – and said that forthcoming rules for new swap execution facilities (Sefs) will not address the disparity.

That comes days after Bloomberg, which is planning to launch a new swap trading platform, threatened the CFTC with legal action over the

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