Do you have information on fraudulent activity within the commodities and futures markets? You may be eligible for a reward.

The mission of the SEC is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient securities markets, and facilitate capital formation. The mission of the CFTC is to foster open, transparent, competitive and financially sound markets. Notably, the SEC and the CFTC have certain joint responsibilities under Dodd-Frank and the CFMA, including joint responsibility for regulating security futures products. 

The SEC and CFTC recognize that enhanced coordination and cooperation concerning issues of common regulatory interest is necessary in order to foster market innovation and fair competition and to promote efficiency in regulatory oversight. Moreover, the SEC and the CFTC recognize the need to share information and data concerning issues of common regulatory interest in connection with matters deemed appropriate by the Parties to fulfill their respective regulatory mandates, including, but not limited to, in connection with a specific incident, event or activity. 

If you have valuable information that will help the CFTC take enforceable action of such activity, you could be eligible for 10% to 30% of the monetary sanctions recovered. Do you have valuable information that can help enforce the Commodity Exchange Act? Schedule a meeting with our experts today.