As instructed by the 1991 banking legislation, regulatory agencies are moving to require banks to calculate a measure of interest rate risk and are planning to incorporate this measure in the calculation of banks' risk-based capital requirements.

Bankers - especially those running smaller institutions - take a dim view of any regulatory change that increases their reporting burden, as this does.

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