Liquidating trust agreement and indemnification
Actions of NFA to effectuate these purposes may include: (a) Public Interest.
The adoption, administration and enforcement as to the following persons of requirements regarding fair practice and designed to prevent fraudulent and manipulative acts and practices, to promote just and equitable principles of trade and, in general, to protect the public interest (i) Members that are registered with the Commission as Futures Commission Merchants, Commodity Pool Operators, Commodity Trading Advisors, Introducing Brokers, Leverage Transaction Merchants, Retail Foreign Exchange Dealers, Swap Dealers or Major Swap Participants; and (ii) Associates (See Article XVIII). Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 2(a) of this Article, the adoption with respect to its Members that are Futures Commission Merchants, Introducing Brokers, Leverage Transaction Merchants, Retail Foreign Exchange Dealers, Swap Dealers or Major Swap Participants of financial and related requirements designed to protect against insolvency, bankruptcy, or unsafe or unsound financial condition of such Members; the conduct, directly or through agents, of audits and reviews of the financial condition and related matters of such Members; and the adjudication and enforcement of compliance with NFA's financial and related requirements for all such Members, except as may otherwise be provided under Commission Regulations: , it is expressly understood that Contract Markets and Clearing Organizations shall have the right to adopt, administer and enforce financial and related requirements governing the eligibility of Members for membership privileges on such Contract Markets or Clearing Organizations. The adoption and administration of a fair and equitable procedure through arbitration or otherwise for the voluntary settlement of customers' claims or grievances against Members described in paragraph (a) above, their employees, and Associates, in accordance with Section 17(b)(10) of the Act, or claims or grievances of such Members or Associates against customers, or claims or grievances between or among such Members or Associates: , no such procedure shall apply to the settlement of a claim or grievance where the parties, by valid and binding agreement, have committed themselves to the resolution of such claim or grievance in a forum other than NFA, or where parties having claims or grievances between or among themselves are required by Contract Market rules to submit the controversy to the settlement procedures of such Contract Market. The adoption of appropriate standards with respect to such training, experience and other qualification requirements as NFA deems necessary and appropriate to insure the fitness of Members and Associates; the development and administration of written proficiency examinations of Members and Associates; and, with the approval of the Commission, the administration of the registration of Members, Associates and any other persons required to be registered with the Commission.
with regard to the business of said corporation or individual, not only is the offender punished but also said corporation or individual is punished by the fine prescribed in the respective Articles When an individual has done ...
[Effective dates of amendments: February 10, 1983; November 27, 1984; February 7, 1986; January 22, 1988; July 19, 1988; January 1, 1990; August 2, 1990; September 8, 1992; October 16, 1992; August 16, 1993; January 21, 1994; October 24, 1994; July 23, 1996; May 1, 1998; January 22, 2001; October 15, 2001; October 9, 2007; May 18, 2009; November 16, 2009; April 1, 2013; May 19, 2014; November 20, 2014 and October 8, 2015.] Section 1: General.