ICE Futures Europe proposed a host of changes to its rules to help ensure that neither its members nor their employees’ activities, or any delivery conducted under exchange auspices, implicate sanctions in effect under any law, rule or guidance of any government authority. Sanctions would include prohibitions against doing business with designated persons or countries. Under the exchange’s proposed amended rules, members would have to have policies and procedures “which are adequate to ensure compliance” with applicable sanctions laws. Comments to the proposed rule amendments will be accepted from members of ICE Futures Europe through March 23.