Protection plan: regulators are keen to prevent another blow-up on the scale of the Lehman Brothers, which some believe to have been triggered by derivatives

Regulators are intent on reforming the role that derivatives play in bankruptcies, with the aim of preventing a future AIG or Lehman Brothers. But some are warning that, without a direct ban of these controversial financial instruments, this will be no easy task. Writer Suzanne Miller

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