The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will release a study in the next few weeks that will demonstrate weakening credit underwriting standards at big banks.

"The results of that survey will show that at many of our banks we believe that credit risk continues to increase," Ralph Sharpe, senior adviser in the OCC's Office of Supervision Policy, told attendees of the annual Robert Morris Associates conference in San Antonio last week.

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