U.S. Risks ‘Vast Overreaction’ in Derivatives Rules, Walsh SaysLorraine Woellert and Silla Brush
The level of risk popularly assigned to the derivatives market is greatly exaggerated, said Acting Comptroller of the Currency John Walsh.
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