NEW YORK -- The Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s proposals to make “non-U.S. persons” register as swap dealers in the United States go too far, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association chief executive Tim Ryan said at the trade group’s annual meeting on Tuesday.

The commodity futures regulator’s plan to oversee swaps made by foreign firms with U.S. participants departs from international standards and needs to be re-thought, he said.

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