The problems that plagued the derivatives industry in 1994 are a thing of the past, Gay Evans, chairman of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, told the organization's members Thursday.

But even as the notional level of derivatives outstandings jumped 59.2% last year, to more than $18 trillion, the industry still faces the threat of regulation from regulators outside the United States, the chairwoman warned.

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