WASHINGTON – Commodity Futures Trading Commission chairman Gary Gensler this morning called for broad regulation of all over-the-counter derivatives dealers and markets, including non-standardized interest rate swaps and other derivatives products in the municipal market.

Speaking before the Senate Agriculture Committee, Gensler said that dealers should be subject to reporting and recordkeeping requirements, as well as business conduct standards and capital and margin requirements.

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