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Inside Washington (06/21/2012)
WASHINGTON (6/22/12)--The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has adopted an interim final rule amending its lending limit rule to apply to certain credit exposures arising from derivative transactions and securities financing transactions. Effective July 21, the statutory definition of loans and extensions of credit for purposes of the lending limit will include certain credit exposures arising from a derivative transaction, repurchase agreement, reverse repurchase agreement, securities lending transaction, or securities borrowing transaction. The interim rule applies to both national banks and savings associations. National banks and savings associations have through Jan. 1, to comply with the rule's requirements as to derivative transactions and securities financing transactions. The OCC provided a short-term exception under its lending limits authority to allow time for national banks and savings associations to adjust for compliance with the new standard. To reduce the burden of these new credit exposure calculations, particularly for smaller and mid-size banks and savings associations, the rule permits use in certain circumstances of look-up tables for measuring the exposures for each transaction type. This method permits institutions to adopt compliance alternatives that fit their size and risk management requirements, consistent with safety and soundness and the goals of the statute …


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