WASHINGTON — The House Financial Services Committee is scheduled to vote on a host of derivatives bills next week, a debate that's likely to spur momentum in the drive to amend some provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act.

The nine bills to be considered cover a range of concerns over Title VII of the Dodd-Frank law and related issues, from how swaps rules should be regulated internationally to how such trades can be made across banks and their affiliates. Several of the proposed changes passed the House last year, though none were picked up in the Senate.

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