WASHINGTON -- Federal regulators are worried that the rapid growth of sophisticated derivative transactions may pose risks for globally linked financial markets, but they believe those risks are manageable.

Susan Phillips, a Federal Reserve Board governor, and Brandon Becker, deputy director of the SEC's division of market regulation, both told of fears that the failure of a derivatives trader or other disruption in the derivatives market could have broader consequences.

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