BOSTON -- The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is planning to simplify its loans-to-one-borrower rule and allow national banks to compute their limits each quarter.

Current rules require banks to make the computation every day. They are prohibited in most cases from lending more than 15% of capital to any one person.

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