Week inAdvance
Monday | Nov 25, 2019
Mon Nov 25 CFTC considers proposed & final rules. | Tue Nov 26 CPMI meets in Basel on cyber risk. | Wed Nov 27 Beige Book. | Thu Nov 28 U.S. markets closed. | Fri Nov 29 U.S. equities market closes at 1pm, U.S. bond market closes at 2pm.

All times are Eastern and subject to change.
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Wednesday, Dec 11
INVESTORS CMBS industry update
3 - 3:15 pm

Thursday, Dec 12
INVESTORS market practices industry update
11:30 am - noon

Come when you can. Leave when you have to. Take your calls.

for more info:
Matthew Jones, executive director
(202) 712-9050
at the agencies
Monday, Nov 25
Open meeting to consider:
  • Final Rules: Amendments to Part 4: Registration and Compliance Requirements for Commodity Pool Operators and Commodity Trading Advisors
  • Amendments to Rules 4.7, 4.13, and 4.14 (Codification of Relief for Family Offices and Relief Related to the JOBS Act)
  • Amendments to Rules 4.5 and 4.27 (Updating Exclusions and Adding Reporting Relief)
  • Proposed Rule: Amendments to Swap Clearing Requirement Exemptions under Part 50

Wednesday, Nov 27
Publication of the "Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District" (the Beige Book).
on the hill
House, Senate on recess.
across the globe
Tuesday, Nov 26 -
Wednesday, Nov 27
BASEL, Switzerland
CPMI (Committee on Payments and Markets Infrastructures) policy implementation meeting on supervisory expectations in dealing with cyber-risk.

Tuesday, Nov 26 -
Wednesday, Nov 27
The European Investment Bank holds its annual conference. This year’s  theme  is “Striving for competitiveness and inclusion: what policies for Europe?”

Tuesday, Nov 26-
Wednesday, Nov 27
PARIS, France

Wednesday, Nov 27
PARIS, France

Wednesday, Nov 27
PARIS, France
EBA (European Banking Authority) research workshop on the future of stress tests in the banking sector.

Friday, Nov 29
PARIS, France
5th Climate Finance Day will be dedicated to the theme “Financing a Just Transition”. 
other events
Monday, Nov 25
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s first speech  –  at a Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce dinner  –  since his White House meeting on Nov. 18 could help set the economic tone for the remainder of the year, and is likely to be his final comments before the Fed enters its pre-meeting blackout.
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