After studying the way national banks manage risks stemming from derivatives transactions, the Comptroller's Office has found four areas that need improvement.

National banks involved in derivatives should expand their understanding of the instruments, enhance independent oversight, bolster computer systems tracking these transactions, and pinpoint risks cropping up in emerging markets, said an executive in the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

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