WASHINGTON — The outcome of a bank's supervisory examination should be among the factors determining its minimum capital requirements, according to Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. board member Thomas Hoenig.

In a speech Friday, Hoenig called for more thorough exams of larger banks, and recommended tying minimum capital levels to a bank's Camels rating. He also reiterated support for requiring "tangible" capital to meet such requirements.

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