Since 1978, a bank's loans to its directors, executive officers, and principal shareholders -- the insiders -- as well as loans to their related interests have been subject to special scrutiny pursuant to Regulation O.

Proposed regulations by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. would subject virtually all transactions between a bank and its insiders to an "arm's length" standard.

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