The Division of Market Oversight of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission has extended the expiration date of previously granted no-action relief that permits a swap execution facility to provide use of its trading system or platform to facilitate the execution of block trades that are intended to be cleared. Under applicable rules, block trades must occur “away from” a SEF’s or designated contract market’s trading system or platform. The relief allows SEFs to help futures commission merchants meet their obligation to pre-screen certain swaps orders to ensure their compliance with risk-based limits. DMO’s no-action relief expires on November 15, 2016.