Banks will be forced to put more capital behind derivatives trades in a push by global regulators to protect market stability and reinforce clearinghouses.

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision said today that lenders should have to hold reserves equivalent to 2 percent of their transactions with a clearinghouse. The value of the trades would be weighted in line with their riskiness.

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