Banks are getting better at monitoring derivatives risk, a top regulator acknowledged Thursday - but he added that management oversight is still inadequate.

In a speech to the Bankers Roundtable Lawyers Council in Washington, Douglas E. Harris, a senior deputy comptroller, said inadequate oversight by senior managers and boards of directors was the most important of three deficiencies that "deserve special attention."

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