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Reforms to the $708 trillion private derivatives market are reducing systemic risk while some rules need more work before being implemented, said Stephen O’Connor, chairman of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association.

“There is today serious concern about some of the other policies underway” related to the Dodd-Frank Act that toughens oversight of the market, O’Conner, Morgan Stanley’s global head of over-the-counter client clearing, said at ISDA’s annual meeting today in Chicago. He cited differences between new swaps rules in Europe and the U.S., known as extraterritoriality, and mandated electronic execution for swaps as issues the industry wants to address.

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