Cboe Options Exchange Rule Filings

Rule filings are not effective until approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), with the exception of certain types of rule filings that may take effect upon filing with the SEC if they meet the conditions specified under Section 19 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 19b-4 thereunder. Below are pending rule filings submitted by the Exchange, followed by rule changes that have been approved by the SEC or became immediately effective pursuant to the Exchange Act.

Pending Rule Changes

No pending rule filings at this time

Approved and Immediately Effective Rule Changes

File number: SR-CBOE-2019-026
Date filed: April 25, 2019
Description:

The Exchange proposes to amend its fee schedule to adopt reduced subscription fees for academics for the sale of Historical Cboe Open-Close volume data.

File number: SR-CBOE-2019-025
Date filed: April 17, 2019
Description:

The Exchange proposes to amend Chapter 17 of the Cboe Options Rules.

File number: SR-CBOE-2019-024
Date filed: April 16, 2019
Description:

The Exchange proposes a rule change to eliminate the Exchange’s on-floor position transfer process.

File number: SR-CBOE-2019-023
Date filed: April 10, 2019
Description:

The Exchange proposes to extend the operation of its SPXPM pilot program.

File number: SR-CBOE-2019-022
Date filed: April 10, 2019
Description:

The Exchange proposes to renew The Nonstandard Expirations Pilot Program.

File number: SR-CBOE-2019-021
Date filed: April 10, 2019
Description:

The Exchange proposes to extend the operation of its Flexible Exchange Options (“FLEX Options”) pilot program regarding permissible exercise settlement values for FLEX Index Options.

File number: SR-CBOE-2019-020
Date filed: April 9, 2019
Description:

The Exchange proposes to extend the pilot for certain options market rules that are linked to the LULD Plan.

File number: SR-CBOE-2019-017
Date filed: April 10, 2019
Description:

The Exchange proposes to update defined terms in its Rules, delete obsolete and redundant language and make other nonsubstantive changes.

Cboe Options Rule Filings Archive