The Commodity Futures Trading Commission issued a summary of enforcement actions it commenced during fiscal year 2015 and noted that the US $3.144 billion in sanctions assessed against respondents was a record. The CFTC pointed out that its actions included a number of actions enforcing new prohibitions and requirements under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Action, including prohibitions against spoofing, engaging in deceptive devices or contrivances, and swaps reporting and supervision obligations.