WASHINGTON -- The Securities Industry Association is urging the SEC to allow securities firms to self-regulate their over-the-counter derivatives business.

The proposal for industry self-regulation, which would allow broker-dealers to continue conducting swaps and other over-the-counter transactions in subsidiaries that are not regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission, was outlined in a recent letter to Brandon Becker, director of the SEC's division of market regulation.

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