Guide to U.S. Futures Regulation (textbook)
The Guide to U.S. Futures Regulation is the preeminent desk reference book for industry participants, regulators and National Futures Association (NFA) Series 3 and 32 exam candidates. Updated in mid-2013, this comprehensive textbook includes Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, NFA and CFTC rule changes — all written in an easy-to-understand style.
The 100-page textbook prepares candidates for the regulatory portion of the Series 3 exam (the National Commodity Futures Examination) and is the companion text for the Futures &Options textbook.
IFM's Guide to U.S. Futures Regulation also serves as the study manual for candidates preparing for the Series 32 exam (the Limited Futures Examination—Regulations), an abridged version of the Series 3 test, that only covers U.S. regulatory programs. The Series 32 exam was designed by the National Futures Association (NFA), the U.S. to provide testing relief to individuals registered in qualified non-U.S. jurisdictions, such as Canada and the U.K.
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The Institute for Financial Markets, a nonprofit foundation, is recognized for the quality and balance of our work and products. Our books and study materials are used worldwide by financial firms, exchanges, universities, regulators and public-policy makers.
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||The Institute for Financial Markets, founded in 1989, is an industry-supported, nonprofit educational foundation and an affiliate of the Futures Industry Association.
The IFM is particularly known for its educational materials in print and Web-based formats, as well as seminars and customized, in-house training. The Institute offers materials to prepare candidates for futures industry exams, as well as books that provide general knowledge on the futures and options markets to investors, regulators and public-policy makers.
Recognized as a leading provider of ethics training, the IFM has trained more than 900,0000 financial industry professionals and international regulators. In addition to our futures ethics and AML Web-programs, we provide customized professional conduct programs to the New York Stock Exchange, the Securities Industry Association, as well as firms.
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