Though a recent regulatory survey of bankers who deal in derivatives eased concerns about controls, the industry as a whole was not given a clean bill of health and the need for more rules remains an open question.

After completing a review of several banks' approaches to managing risk in derivatives transactions, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency last week reported the institutions had exceeded guidelines set forth in a 1993 regulatory circular.

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