WASHINGTON -- Banks using derivatives will be subject to broader 'reporting requirements starting with 1994's annual reports.

The Financial Accounting Standards Board will unveil today the final version of a 10-month-old project to improve disclosure requirements for derivatives. FASB is the independent board that sets accounting rules for all companies that follow Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

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