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The corporate end-user exemption to the Dodd-Frank bill’s tough new requirements for trading over-the-counter derivatives has survived a torturous, contentious legislative process. The principle of exempting corporate hedgers from provisions meant to reduce systemic risk caused by dealers and speculators is embedded in the landmark financial reform bill that teeters on the brink of passage. “The exemption is in place,” reports Brian Kalish, finance practice lead at the Association for Financial Professionals. “We’re comfortable.”

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