The Camel rating system will be expanded Jan. 1 to include how well a bank manages market risk, federal regulators announced Tuesday.

The change, proposed last July, follows a decision by regulators to disclose one overall score and five separate scores covering each component of Camel: capital adequacy, asset quality, management, earnings, and liquidity.

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