Securities trade groups on Thursday unveiled a final version of a voluntary code of conduct intended to preempt regulatory interference in the derivatives industry.

The guidelines, presented at a reception hosted by the New York Federal Reserve Bank, received a chilly reception from derivatives users groups, who dismissed the document as a thinly veiled attempt to shield derivatives traders from legal claims by dissatisfied customers.

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