The Financial Accounting Standards Board is expected to alter its controversial derivatives plan to ease banking industry concerns about hedging prepayment risks.

The accounting board would still require banks to record at fair market value derivatives used to hedge the risk that borrowers will prepay their mortgage loans, FASB Chairman Edmund L. Jenkins said Friday.

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