SAN FRANCISCO - The regulators are aiming to complete new rules on interest rate risk by Jan. 1, Susan Krause, senior deputy comptroller for bank supervision, told bankers attending the American Bankers Association's annual convention here this week.

The rules, designed to incorporate interest rate risk to capital standards, would require banks to evaluate the interest volatility of their loan portfolios.

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