The Financial Accounting Standards Board on Monday rebuffed Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan over suggested changes to a controversial derivatives accounting proposal.

"Your approach-when compared to ours-would reduce the information available to investors and creditors and would not be responsive to the expressed concerns about current recognition and measurement requirements," FASB chairman Edmund L. Jenkins wrote in a Aug. 11 letter.

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