WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said Friday that starting in June it will collect more information on derivatives at all banks whose assets exceed $10 billion.

Agency officials said they are seeking information about the banks' counterparties and the amount and nature of their collateral for derivatives trades so they can get a better gauge of the banks' credit risk.

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