10/10/2012 FDIC Board issues rule revising definitions for subprime, leveraged loan reporting
American Bankers AssociationThe FDIC Board yesterday issued a final rule that revises the definitions of subprime consumer loans and leveraged commercial loans for banks with more than $10 billion in assets that are subject to the large-bank pricing assessment system.
The final rule, among other things, also renames leveraged loans “higher-risk C&I loans and securities”; renames subprime consumer loans “higher-risk consumer loans”; clarifies when an asset must be identified as higher risk; and clarifies the way securitizations are identified as higher risk.
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