Bank and thrift regulators will soon propose a modified Camel rating system that takes into account the risks of shifting market conditions.

The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council - the umbrella organization for the five banking, thrift, and credit union agencies - is expected to issue a proposal in mid-June to modify the 18-year-old interagency rating system. Field testing is to start at the same time.

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