Heads of largest U.S. derivatives exchanges voice concerns about inconsistencies between regulatory regimes and proposed fees on the industry.
By Silla Brush, Bloomberg|May 21, 2013 at 10:35 AM
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Top executives of the two largest U.S. derivatives exchanges say regulators must take further steps to align Dodd-Frank Act rules with those of foreign counterparts to avoid oversight splits that could harm markets.
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