WASHINGTON -- The final disclosure standards for derivatives that the Financial Accounting Standards Board plans to issue in early October will be much more flexible than those the board proposed in April, board officials and market participants said yesterday.

"We wanted to provide more flexibility so that people could begin complying with them right away," said Jeff Mahoney, an assistant project manager with the private sector standards-setting board.

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