The Federal Reserve Board on Thursday proposed a substantial overhaul of risk-based capital rules for recourse agreements and similar tools used to sell securitized assets.

Under the plan, banks holding the riskiest portion of a securitization would face higher capital requirements than those holding less risky pieces. Currently 8% capital must be held against all securitized assets, regardless of risk.

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