A Corporate End-User’s Handbook for Dodd-Frank Title VII Compliance — The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance

Hey guys, check this out.  With the complexities involved in implementation of DODD-FRANK Act, we welcome a how-to “guide” .

Excerpt:  The following post comes to us from Geoffrey B. Goldman, partner focusing on derivatives and structured products at Shearman & Sterling LLP. This post is an abridged version of a Shearman & Sterling publication, titled A Corporate End-User’s Handbook for Dodd-Frank Title VII Compliance, available in full (including footnotes) here.

I. Introduction

Almost four years after the financial crisis and over two years after the passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (“Dodd-Frank”), the overhaul of the US derivatives market is rapidly shifting into the implementation phase. Many of the key elements of Dodd-Frank relating to OTC derivatives will begin to take effect on October 12, 2012, although the CFTC has delayed implementation of some requirements until the beginning of 2013.

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