WASHINGTON — The House is poised to approve a massive financial regulatory reform bill today, after considering a series of amendments late into last night.

The bill would regulate over-the-counter derivatives for the first time, create a Consumer Financial Protection Agency, create a multi-agency council to monitor systemic risk, and establish an orderly process for winding down large, failing non-bank financial institutions.

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