Limiting the scope of the FSMA 2000 definitions

As they stand, the FSMA 2000 definitions – particularly those of ‘future’ and ‘contract for differences’ – are so wide that they would bring into the regulatory regime all sorts of contracts that no one would normally think of as investments.

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