WASHINGTON -- Securities industry officials and the SEC hope to be able to agree on some voluntary standards for the derivatives affiliates of securities firms in September or October, market participants said yesterday.

Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Arthur Levitt Jr. wants to be able to report to Congress on the voluntary standards before the end of the legislative session, they said.

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