A draft by market participants outlining the obligations of banks that trade derivatives is heating up a two-year controversy between banks trading sophisticated financial instruments and their regulators.

The report, "Principles and Practices for Wholesale Market Transactions," was released in late March by a group of New York-based organizations, mostly securities and banking trade associations. The group's work has been informally encouraged by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

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