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The top U.S. derivatives regulator is cracking down on Wall Street banks’ ability to evade Dodd-Frank Act restrictions by moving some of their swaps trades overseas.

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission in a 2-to-1 vote gave final approval to a rule that broadens the circumstances in which banks’ foreign units must adhere to U.S. collateral requirements, according to a statement released Tuesday. The CFTC took action after some of Wall Street’s biggest swaps dealers had stopped guaranteeing some trades booked overseas, meaning they didn’t have to fully comply with Dodd-Frank.

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