The OCR Final Rule, which was published in the
In the letter, DMO provides time-limited no-action relief for reporting parties from the requirement to file the forms electronically and provide certain additional information required by the OCR Final Rule. The relief is subject to certain terms and conditions outlined in the no-action letter, including the condition that reporting parties continue to report via the legacy, non-automated submission methods until the expiration of the relief granted.
DMO is issuing this no-action relief to provide market participants additional time to build and test systems for purposes of complying with the electronic reporting and substantive requirements of the OCR Final Rule.
Commission staff will continue to host telephone conference calls regarding technical implementation of the OCR Final Rule, as further described on the Commission's website (http://www.cftc.gov/PressRoom/PressReleases/ssLINK/OCR).
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