Financial institution regulators probably would be the principal opponents to an expected proposal by the Mortgage Bankers Association that the Financial Accounting Standards Board reverse current practices and permit the recognition of the value of originated and retained mortgage servicing when a loan is sold.

"All banking and thrift agencies would be concerned because under current GAAP rules there are loose standards for measuring impairment," said a staff official at the Office of Thrift Supervision.

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