WASHINGTON -- Legislation aimed at tightening regulation of banks' derivatives activities may get a boost in the coming week, but it will have to overcome staunch opposition from the banking industry.

The House Banking subcommittee on financial institutions has scheduled a Sept. 21 vote on the bill, which was introduced in May by House Banking Committee Henry B. Gonzalez.

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