(Bloomberg) -- U.S. asset-management executives met with international regulators to make the case that their firms don’t pose a risk to global financial stability.

BlackRock, Fidelity and Pimco were scheduled to participate in a day-long session on Tuesday in New York with officials of the Financial Stability Board, according to a draft agenda of the meeting obtained by Bloomberg.

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