The laws authorizing CFTC’s activities and the regulations issued by CFTC to carry out those activities, as well as related rulemaking, enforcement, and adjudicatory references.
Congress enacted the Dodd-Frank Act, which modified the Commodity Exchange Act and established a comprehensive regulatory framework for swaps.
The CFTC publishes in the Federal Register publishes proposed rules, final rules, meeting announcements, and other notices.
Comments submitted to the Commission are available online for public review.
Written guidance from CFTC staff on the CEA and Commission regulations.
Administrative dispositions issued by the Commission.
Opinions and adjudicatory orders issued by the Commission.
The Division of Enforcement investigates and prosecutes alleged violations of the CEA and CFTC regulations.
Cases from the CFTC’s predecessor agencies within the Department of Agriculture.
Archives of documents and events associated with the formulation and establishment of new regulations.
CFTC disciplinary history is made available as part of the agency's ongoing effort to protect market participants and the public from fraud, manipulation, and abusive practices.
The CFTC’s Reparations program is designed to provide an inexpensive, expeditious, fair, and impartial forum to handle customer complaints and resolve disputes between futures customers and commodity futures trading professionals.