WASHINGTON - Banks involved in the derivatives market will have to make two new disclosures when first-quarter call reports are filed April 30.

The dollar amount of nonperforming derivatives contracts will have to be reported for the first time in the first-quarter report, Douglas E. Harris, senior adviser to the Comptroller of the Currency, said in an interview Tuesday.

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