WASHINGTON -- Banks will not have to implement new proposed disclosure requirements for off-balance sheet derivatives until March 31, 1995, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council announced yesterday.

The council, an umbrella group of regulatory agencies for financial institutions, had asked banks to begin impiementing the proposed requirements for their call reports -- reports of condition and income -- that are due at the end of next month.

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