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United States: What Risks May Be Associated With Derivatives Transactions

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Having completed our review of derivatives transactions, we now
consider the risks such transactions may pose. Rule 18f-4(a)
defines “derivatives
” to include “leverage, market, counterparty,
liquidity, operational, and legal risks and any other [material]
risks.” The adopting release (the “Release”)
provides helpful
 of these risks and some examples.

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