CALL REPORTS: Proposal by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council to revamp the first-quarter 1997 call report. The plan would allow banks to report assets sold with recourse as sales, reducing the amount of capital held against these transactions. Expected to be published shortly; comments due 60 days later.

STORED-VALUE CARDS: Proposal by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to exclude most stored value from deposit insurance. Published Aug. 2; comments due Oct. 31. REGULATION Y: Proposal by the Federal Reserve Board to open more data processing business to banking companies, streamline the application procedures, and abolish tying restrictions on nonbanks. Published Sept. 6; comments due Oct. 31.

INVESTMENT APPROVALS: Proposal by the FDIC to simplify its approval process for insured state banks' making certain insurance and real estate investments. Published Aug. 23; comments due Oct. 22.

GLASS-STEAGALL: Proposal by the Fed to permit section 20 affiliates to earn a quarter of their income from underwriting commercial securities. Published Aug. 5; comments due Sept. 30. NEW REPORTS: Proposal by the National Credit Union Administration to subject some credit unions with risky portfolios to new reporting requirements. Published Nov. 29. Comment period extended to Sept. 30.

SEC REGISTRATION: Proposal by the FDIC to let banks follow most of the Securities and Exchange Commission rules on securities registration. Published June 28; comments due Sept. 26.

RECORD KEEPING: Proposal by the Fed to modify its anti-laundering regulations to make them consistent with rules adopted by the Treasury Department in May. Published Aug. 21; comments due Sept. 20.

LENDING LIMITS: Proposal by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to let national banks exceed limits on loans to a single borrower if the additional credit is secured by personal property or real estate. Published July 17; comments due Sept. 16. Camel RATINGS: Proposal by the banking and thrift agencies to add a sixth component, sensitivity to market risks, to the Camel rating system. Published July 18; comments due Sept. 16. FARM CREDIT: Proposal by the Farm Credit Administration to loosen restrictions on who is eligible to borrow from the system. Originally published Sept. 11, 1995. Republished Aug. 13; comments due Sept. 12.

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