The Securities and Exchange Commission will adopt a rule early next year requiring companies to disclose potential losses from their derivatives holdings, an SEC commissioner said this week.

SEC Commissioner Steven M.H. Wallman, who has led the effort to fashion the rule, said the SEC will reject some businesses' request that they be allowed to craft their own measure of exposure to derivatives losses.

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