Dodd Frank Act
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (DFA), signed into U.S. law in July 2010, is intended to promote financial stability, transparency and market integrity within the financial system.
Title VII of this reform mandates regulation of the over-the-counter swaps market, which was perceived to have contributed to the financial crisis.
In this regard, certain standardized swaps are required to be traded on regulated exchanges or swap execution facilities and cleared at derivatives clearing organizations. Swaps regulated under DFA are also subject to reporting requirements, including real-time reporting. Real-time reporting information is publicly available and provides price transparency in the swap markets.
Societe Generale SA and Societe Generale International Limited are each provisionally registered as a swap dealer with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission under DFA (Title VII).
Set forth certain important additional terms of business that apply to our swap trading relationships with our U.S....
Societe Generale SA is one of the member banks of The London Gold Market Fixing Limited (London Gold Fix).