Forced to live with a regulatory stress test they opposed, members of the Public Securities Association are trying to persuade bank and thrift regulators to minimize the number of mortgage-backed derivatives that are found to be high-risk.

They are seeking a meeting with the regulators to discuss the implementation of a stress test developed last year by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, which was aimed mainly at MBS derivatives.

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