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The Commodity Derivatives Act requires commodity exchanges to properly conduct self-regulatory activities in order to ensure the fairness of transactions on commodity markets and to protect customers.
The Exchange has, pursuant to the provisions of the Commodity Derivatives Act, established the Self-regulatory Committee as a body to ensure proper governance from the perspective of an organization operating both as an exchange with the public mission and a profit-seeking corporation and to properly conduct self-regulatory activities. Self-regulatory activities include “examination of the qualification of Members,” “examination of trades,” “investigation of the status of compliance by Members with laws and regulations and the rules of the Exchange,” and “sanctions and other dispositions against Members.”
|Self-regulatory Committee||Examination of the Qualification of Members|
|Examination of Trades
(Trade Practice Examination)
|Sanctions against Members