Washington — Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox says the heretofore-unregulated credit swap market is in need of regulatory oversight. 

A lack of transparency in the $55 trillion credit swap market is widely blamed as factor in igniting the current financial meltdown. Speaking at roundtable event about modernizing the SEC’s disclosure system, Cox called for a swift response from legislators.

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