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U.K. derivatives clearinghouses will face tighter post-Brexit scrutiny from European Union (EU) regulators if they want to keep doing business in the bloc under an agreement announced by EU negotiators on Wednesday.

EU negotiators reached a deal on legislation creating tools to inspect and demand changes at foreign firms to ensure they meet the bloc’s oversight standards. The agreement caps a heated debate that erupted shortly after the Brexit referendum, a debate that was closely followed by U.S. regulators trying to fend off meddling by EU officials.


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