WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve has developed a new set of guiding principles to help bank examiners regulate the use of derivatives, Fed governor Susan M. Phillips said Tuesday.

The agency is also drafting a supervisory letter to "provide guidance to both examiners and banking organizations about risk management and internal controls for derivatives," she said in a speech to Women in Housing and Finance.

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