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Treasurers who thought the ambitious Dodd-Frank financial reform bill would not disrupt routine cash management operations are getting a wake-up call. While over-the-counter derivatives rules and rating agency regulation attracted the most attention from treasury pros in the run-up to the bill’s passage, they’re now discovering that the repeal of Regulation Q could change how they deal with overnight account balances. And alterations in the coverage for bank accounts provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. could mean new banking fees and changes in how account analysis statements are handled.

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