Twenty-three House Banking Committee members asked the Financial Accounting Standards Board Wednesday to delay its controversial derivatives accounting proposal.

In a letter to FASB Chairman Edmund L. Jenkins, the lawmakers said they were worried that reporting derivatives at fair market value on quarterly income statements would distort earnings, discourage prudent risk management, and disclose sensitive financial data to competitors.

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