WASHINGTON The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has proposed capital standards that would more accurately reflect the credit risks of banks' derivatives transactions.

The standards, which were published in the Federal Register on Sept. 1 with, an Oct. 21 deadline for public comments, reflect what U.S. bank regulators and other members of the International Based Committee on Banking Supervision agreed

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