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Much has been written about the possible implications of recent regulations on companies that use derivatives to hedge foreign exchange, interest rate, and other risks. Shortly after the Dodd-Frank Act passed in 2010, corporate treasurers began voicing concerns about how the law would affect their derivatives programs. Non-financial institutions are exempt from many of the key provisions, but that doesn’t mean they won’t feel an impact. Treasurers feared that Dodd-Frank, in conjunction with Basel III and other recent regulatory changes around the world, would increase both derivatives prices and the complexity of hedging financial risks.

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