Bankers must periodically review their credit scoring systems to ensure they treat all applicants fairly, said a commentary adopted by the Federal Reserve Board on Friday.

The requirement is a change from December when the Fed proposed banks "monitor" their systems for fairness. Bankers had complained that the original standard would require them to check the system 24 hours a day.

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