Guidelines on asset securitization were issued Wednesday by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

The 10-page bulletin outlines the risks that national banks face when they securitize assets. Michael Brosnan, acting senior deputy comptroller for capital markets, said the agency decided to issue the instructions because a growing number of banks are entering the market.

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