WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Vice Chairman David W. Mullins urged the derivatives industry Wednesday to implement programs that keep the industry sound, in order to stave off stiff regulatory action.

Speaking in New York before the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Mr. Mullins said without this self-regulation, the derivatives industry could face the same regulatory morass as the banking and government securities markets.

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