A final rule issued today by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will exempt certain secured loans from insider lending limits.

As of Nov. 20, national banks will be allowed to make unlimited loans to bank executives if these loans are secured by government-backed securities or segregated deposit accounts.

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