The Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Division of Market Oversight granted no-action relief to commodity trading advisors who are members of designated contract markets or swap execution facilities in connection with their regulatory requirement to record all oral communications related to futures, options on futures, and swaps—so-called commodity interest transactions—and related cash and forward transactions. Going forward, such CTAs will not have to record oral communications related to any commodity interest transactions. CFTC staff had previously granted relief to such CTAs from recording conversations that led to the execution of swaps only. In addition, the CFTC staff has granted relief to all market participants covered by its recordkeeping rule from the Commission’s requirement that they be able to link records of oral and written communications to particular commodity interest transactions. This relief will expire December 31, 2015, or the earlier date of a relevant amendment to the CFTC’s recordkeeping rule.