WASHINGTON - Regulators are seeking ways to exempt some banks - particularly small ones - from having to perform complex and costly analyses of interest rate risk.

Officials of the three federal banking agencies said Tuesday that they are developing criteria to screen out banks that have little exposure to rate shifts.

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