Bankers are worried that a recent government rule requiring them to disclose more information about their derivatives portfolios will stifle the development of new risk management techniques.

In addition to disclosing data about the types of derivatives held, the new Securities and Exchange Commission rule will require financial institutions to use at least one of three specific methods to compute risk. The results must be reported in institutions' financial statements.

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