Federal regulators are expected to double the limit next month on loan-servicing assets that banks and thrifts may use to meet capital requirements.

The new rule would also let a variety of other nonmortgage-servicing assets such as auto loans and small-business loans be applied toward capital requirements for the first time. Currently, purchased credit card accounts are the only nonmortgage asset that may be counted toward the capital level.

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