SEC Chairman dips into history to support swaps proposal

"It wasn’t just Archegos and AIG, though. In 1998, Long-Term Capital Management failed, bringing with it a $100-billion balance sheet and more than $1 trillion of derivatives contracts, many of which were total return swaps"

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