WASHINGTON -- Federal banking and securities regulators told the House Banking Committee yesterday that they do not need additional legislative authority to regulate the derivatives markets, but members of the panel remained skeptical.

Rep. Jim Leach, R-Iowa, said that none of the federal banking and securities regulatory agencies has authority over insurance companies such as American International Group Inc., whose derivatives products subsidiary is one of the largest players in the municipal and taxable swap markets.

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