WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department is expanding its calls for overhauling regulation of the financial services sector, this time focusing on changes to the most significant rules surrounding securitization and derivatives enacted since the crisis.

In a report quietly released on Friday, the second in a series requested by President Trump in a February executive order, calls primarily on market and banking regulators to dial back their post-crisis regulations in an effort to help economic growth.

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