Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission scheduled a Dec. 5 vote on regulations restricting how derivatives brokers invest client funds, a measure that gained urgency after as much as $1.2 billion went missing in MF Global Holding Ltd.’s collapse.
The CFTC announced the schedule for the meeting in an e- mail statement today. The rule would govern how client assets may be invested in money-market funds, and limit investments in foreign sovereign debt and internal repurchasing agreements.
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