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Thursday, June 16, 2011

SEC Provides Temporary Relief Regarding Security-Based Swap Provisions of Dodd-Frank Act

The SEC provided guidance as to which of the Title VII requirements of the Dodd-Frank Act will apply to security-based swap transactions as of July 16, the effective date of Title VII. It also granted temporary relief to market participants from compliance with certain of these requirements.  The guidance makes clear that substantially all of Title VII’s requirements applicable to security-based swaps will not go into effect on July 16. The Commission’s action also grants temporary relief from compliance with most of the new Exchange Act requirements that would otherwise apply on July 16.  In addition, the Commission’s action provides temporary relief from Section 29(b), which generally provides that contracts made in violation of any provision of the Exchange Act shall be void as to the rights of any person who is in violation of the provision.

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