House Commerce Committee Chairman Tom Bliley and Senate Banking Committee Chairman Alfonse M. D'Amato reached a deal Tuesday on financial services reform legislation.

The compromise resolves conflicting provisions in the House and Senate reform bills governing functional regulation of securities products. The House bill would have let the Securities and Exchange Commission decide which new financial products are securities, while the Senate bill would let the Federal Reserve Board make that call after consulting with the SEC.

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