WASHINGTON -- Some of the disclosure standards proposed for derivatives by the Financial Accounting Standards Board would be burdensome for dealers and not very useful to investors, the Public Securities Association said Friday.

The private sector standards-setting board proposed draft standards last April to improve the information that is disclosed about derivatives by both dealers and users of the products.

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