U.S. To Study Accounting-Change Impact On Banks

Federal regulators reportedly plan to study the impact of accounting changes on banks.

  • 20 Aug 2009
Federal regulators reportedly plan to study the impact of accounting changes on banks. According to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Web site, the regulators are looking for feedback on the effect on financial institutions of off-balance-sheet rules that will require them to collectively return more than $1 trillion ...

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