On January 8, 2016, as part of US Commodity Futures Trading Commission Commissioner Giancarlo’s remarks at an American Bar Association meeting in Washington, DC, the Commissioner stated that the Dodd-Frank Act fails to address the major problems facing today’s financial markets. Commissioner Giancarlo noted that regulators must prioritize cyber risk resiliency, foster best practices for new trading technologies, counter distortions caused by central bank market intervention, address the diminishing liquidity in trading markets, and reduce the numerous rules and regulations that are causing service-provider concentration and market fragmentation. The text of Commissioner Giancarlo’s address before the ABA is not yet available.