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Blog Category: Regulation

March 16, 2017
OCC Educating Lawmakers on Potential Impact of Tax Reform on Listed Equity Options Market
By Craig Donohue
OCC Executive Chairman and CEO Craig Donohue talks about the potential impact of comprehensive tax reform on listed equity options markets.
Categories: Company Updates, Market Efficiencies, Regulation

November 2, 2016
Making the Case for Smarter Regulation of Centrally Cleared Markets
By Craig Donohue
Craig Donohue, OCC Executive Chairman and CEO, discusses the need for smarter regulation of exchange-listed U.S. options markets.
Categories: Company Updates, Regulation

July 19, 2016
The Importance of Compliance for OCC
By Richard Wallace
Richard Wallace, OCC Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, explains how the compliance landscape at OCC has evolved and how the organization proactively manages its regulatory demands, compliance requirements and stress testing.
Categories: Compliance, Regulation

June 17, 2016
Extension of QCCP Deadline Shows EC and SEC Are Working Together To Achieve Common Approach on Equivalency
By Craig Donohue
OCC recently commended the European Commission for its decision to extend the transitional period deadline for CCPs such as OCC to be recognized as QCCPs. Craig Donohue, OCC's Executive Chairman, discusses the importance of qualifying CCP status overseas. In addition to avoiding potential market disruptions, these rules also would also allow for impacted CCPs to further enhance their resiliency.
Categories: Clearing Equivalency, Regulation

May 31, 2016
An Advocate for the Listed U.S. Equities Options Industry
By Craig Donohue
OCC believes strongly in its purpose of ensuring confidence in the financial markets and the broader economy. Craig Donohue, OCC Executive Chairman, explains OCC's role in the industry and its commitment to being the foundation for secure markets.
Categories: Clearing Services, Compliance, DOL Fiduciary Rule, Regulation