How reserves are set, assets securitized, and internal controls maintained are the subjects of a letter the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency sent to national banks Tuesday.

Emory W. Rushton, appointed senior deputy comptroller for bank supervision policy last month, said he plans to write often to keep bankers informed of the agency's concerns.

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