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Corporate treasurers have long complained about the restrictiveness of FAS 133: If they want to qualify for hedge accounting treatment and avoid hedge volatility making a mess of their earnings, they are limited to vanilla products used in a textbook way. Often that’s all a treasurer wants to do-but in some cases these simple hedges aren’t ideal, creating demand for more flexible products, which still qualify for hedge accounting. Aiming to meet this demand, big derivatives dealers have lured away FAS 133 experts from the big public accounting firms to structure and vet new solutions-but their efforts have had mixed success.

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