WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve Board on Friday adopted rules for limiting interbank credit risk that were substantially more flexible than originally proposed.

The new rules, which will be phased in over a two-year period starting next May, requires banks to develop written policies for controlling credit exposure to other banks. They also set caps on banks' exposure to financially troubled institutions.

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