N.Y. Fed’s derivatives club decried by U.S. pension plans

WASHINGTON - A private derivatives regulatory group led by the New York Federal Reserve may weaken rules required by the Dodd-Frank Act, two associations representing large corporate pension plans said. The panel of international banking supervisors fosters a kind of shadow regulation by dealing only with a “discrete group” of members, the pension plans said…

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