The regulatory climate for banks' derivative products has improved dramatically past year and a half

In January 1992, E. Gerald Corrigan, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, raised fears of a regulatory crackdown on the booming business in a speech to the New York Bankers Association.

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