Bank regulator outlines alternatives to rating agencies

12/7/2011 | Reuters

The Dodd-Frank Act prohibits dependence on credit ratings to assess risk for banks, but regulators are having trouble finding alternatives. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has released a proposal that would affect only the largest U.S. banks, but it could shape future proposals on eliminating references to credit rating agencies in all bank capital rules.

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