Commentary: Regulators' preferences can be unexpected

05/16/2013 | New York magazine

The negotiations among members of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission over derivatives regulation exemplifies how different regulators can be influenced in various and unexpected ways, Kevin Roose writes. The CFTC's decision shows that concerns over former financial company employees working in regulatory agencies may be misplaced, Roose writes.

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