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BOR Futures launched for for trading in box office receipt futures

The US-based Commodity Futures Trading Commission has approved the first contract for trading in box office receipt futures (BOR Futures).

BOR Futures exchanges allow participants to trade in futures contracts tied to box office receipts of motion pictures.

The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives are currently considering a ban on such trading that would be part of the pending financial reform bill.

The contract approved today will be issued by a futures exchange called TrendEx (also known as Media Derivatives), which has announced that its first contract will be based upon estimated box office receipts for the Screen Gems motion picture "Takers."

Sony Pictures Entertainment and Screen Gems claim to have had no involvement with TrendEx and had nothing to do with this motion picture being chosen for its first box office futures contract.

Industry corporations are taking steps to prohibit trading in BOR Futures by its employees, officers and directors and containing guidelines regarding the use of material non-public information. Company policies, including the Code of Business Conduct and Policies Regarding Securities Trading, also apply to trading in BOR Futures.

BOR Futures policies for employees in the entertainment industry are necessary to ensure compliance with FTC laws dealing with insider trading and to eliminate potential conflicts of interest that might result from BOR Futures trading.

Many industry members outside of management are unaware that what they say to family and friends can land them in a "heap of trouble" if insider trading is investigated and found to affect stock prices or stock purchases.

Entertainment industry creatives talk to friends about projects, but that might need to change. Beware. Check with your company about new policies that could affect your daily life...and what you talk about in restaurants and other previously confidential and comfortable situations.

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