The Division of Market Oversight of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission stated in an Interpretation that an institutional investor in a commodity pool that is not required to aggregate the pool’s futures positions with its own because the investor is a passive investor does not have to aggregate futures positions of a portfolio company the pool is invested in. This is the case even where the institutional investor’s investment in the pool causes it to have a 10 percent or more indirect interest in the portfolio company. The institutional investor that sought Division relief represented that it did not control the pool’s operations or its investment decisions, and did not know “or want to know” if a prospective portfolio company intended to trade futures.