A new government rule requiring banks and other companies to disclose more information about their derivatives portfolios was blasted at a Senate Banking subcommittee hearing Tuesday.

Thomas D. Logan, chairman of the Treasury Management Association, said compliance with the Securities and Exchange Commission rule will cost much more than the government's estimate of $8,000 a year per company.

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