WASHINGTON -- Derivatives affiliates of broker-dealers and insurance companies would be regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission under legislation introduced yesterday by Rep. Edward J. Markey, D-Mass.

If adopted, the bill would subject to SEC oversight the existing derivatives affiliates of six broker-dealers and three insurance companies. Many of these affiliates engage in municipal derivative transactions but are not currently regulated by the SEC.

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