On March 31st, CFTC Commissioner Scott D. O'Malia will host an open public meeting to explore the attributes necessary to make swap execution facilities ("SEFs") successful. Market participants representing buy-side and sell-side interests including pension funds, asset management funds, end-users, and dealers have been invited to engage in a dialogue regarding the attributes of a successful SEF. Thereafter, sixteen electronic execution facilities representing designated contract markets, exempt commercial markets, exempt boards of trade, and other types of electronic trade and execution facilities will demonstrate the current functionality they offer market participants in the swaps markets. CFTC Release No. PR6001-11. On March 15th, Bloomberg reported that O'Malia said the CFTC will be collecting swap trading data to determine which contracts are considered standard and, therefore, which contracts should be centrally cleared. Data.