The CFTC’s Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight has extended indefinitely certain previously granted relief related to the receipt by future commission merchants of a single wire transfer from customers who may trade products subject to two or more customer protected account origins. These account origins relate to the trading of domestic futures or options (segregated 4d(a)(2) funds), non-US futures or options (secured funds), or swaps (cleared-swaps funds). Without the relief, FCMs would be permitted only to receive single wires into customers’ segregated funds accounts and be required simultaneously to book credit to customers’ other account funds origins, as appropriate. The Futures Industry Association argued that such conditions are impractical at the present time.