Investors need greater disclosure of derivatives used for hedging activities at the companies in which they invest if they are to understand the corporations’ risk exposure, according to a new study.

The study, by the CFA Institute, examined the widespread use of derivatives for hedging activities among both financial and non-financial institutions along with the transparency of financial reporting for these activities.

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