17 CFR 1.62 - Contract market requirement for floor broker and floor trader registration.
(1) Each contract market shall adopt, maintain in effect, and enforce rules which have become effective pursuant to section 5a(a)(12)(A) of the Act and § 1.41 and which provide that no person in or surrounding any pit, ring, post, or other place provided by such contract market for the meeting of persons similarly engaged may:
(i) Purchase or sell for any other person any commodity for future delivery, or any commodity option, on or subject to the rules of that contract market, unless such person is registered or has been granted a temporary license as a floor broker; or
(ii) Purchase or sell solely for such person's own account, any commodity for future delivery, or any commodity option, on or subject to the rules of that contract market, unless such person is registered or has been granted a temporary license as a floor trader, or has been granted a temporary license as a floor broker to act as a floor trader, in accordance with section 4f of the Act and § 3.11 or § 3.40 of this chapter, and such temporary license or registration has not been terminated, revoked or withdrawn: Provided, however, That such contract market rules must provide that a floor broker or floor trader will be prohibited from engaging in activities requiring registration under the Act or from representing himself to be a registrant under the Act or the representative or agent of any registrant during the pendency of any suspension of such person's registration or the suspension by a contract market of access of such person to any pit, ring, post or other place provided by such contract market for the meeting of persons engaged in purchasing and selling any commodity for future delivery or commodity option on or subject to the rules of that contract market.
(2) Each contract market shall also adopt, maintain in effect and enforce rules which have become effective pursuant to section 5a(a)(12)(A) of the Act and § 1.41 which provide for requests for withdrawal of floor broker or floor trader registration using Form 8-W in accordance with § 3.33 of this chapter, which require training of floor brokers and floor traders in accordance with § 3.34 of this chapter and which require review of registration information by floor brokers and by floor traders every three years in accordance with § 3.11(d) of this chapter.
(b) Each contract market must notify the Commission of any facts regarding a floor broker or floor trader or an applicant for registration as a floor broker or floor trader, or a floor trader whose name appears on a list submitted in accordance with § 1.66 in order to qualify for a temporary no-action position thereunder, who has been granted trading privileges at the contract market, which are set forth as statutory disqualifications in section 8a(2) of the Act (unless such facts result from an enforcement action filed by the Commission or a disciplinary action taken by another contract market) or which are terminations of floor trading privileges for cause under § 9.11(c) of this chapter within ten business days of the date upon which the contract market first knows of such facts. Notice to the Commission shall be sufficient if the contract market gives notice to the Director of the Division of Clearing and Intermediary Oversight or the Director's designee by facsimile transmission and/or first class mail or equivalent means to the Commission at its Washington, DC office (Attn: Division of Clearing and Intermediary Oversight, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Three Lafayette Centre, 1155 21st Street, NW., Washington, DC 20581).
[58 FR 19589, Apr. 15, 1993; 59 FR 5700, Feb. 8, 1994, as amended at 60 FR 49334, Sept. 25, 1995; 67 FR 62351, Oct. 7, 2002]
Title 17 published on 2015-04-01.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 17 CFR Part 1.