A group of international finance experts led by former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker is calling for regulation of over-the-counter derivatives, improvements in credit ratings, and a reevaluation of fair-value accounting among its recommendations for financial regulatory reform.

Volcker chaired the Group of Thirty's steering committee that wrote the report, which includes 18 recommendations for possible regulatory reform under President-elect Barack Obama's administration.

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