Dutch c bank issues credit derivatives guidelines

NETHERLANDS - The Dutch central bank said Friday that it has issued guidelines to the Dutch financial sector on the use of credit derivatives to spread risks.

A central bank spokesman said authorities in the Netherlands issued the regulations in response to increased use of such instruments, although there are no international guidelines on issues such as capital adequacy.

Regulators' concerns have grown recently about the use of credit derivatives by banks to spread the risk of growing corpora

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