WASHINGTON - The Office of Thrift Supervision changed its loans-to- one-borrower rule this week to bring requirements for thrifts in line with those for national banks.

The lending limits will stay the same. But thrifts will get a break on paperwork because the rule lets them figure their limits by using the same calculations they already make to determine capital adequacy.

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