WASHINGTON - The federal banking agencies plan to publish final safety and soundness guidelines today that will be used to identify problem banks.

The standards, which are required by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991, specify that regulators want banks to maintain adequate internal controls, to document loans effectively, to avoid excessive compensation, and to limit interest rate risk exposure.

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