HONOLULU - A federal regulator this week said interest rate and liquidity risk in bank securities portfolios is concentrated in community banks, not large regional banks.

Douglas Harris, a senior official at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, said the banks with the most serious problems in these areas are almost all banks with less than $1 billion of assets.

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