NEW ORLEANS - The group that sets accounting standards has no plans to force financial institutions to mark their loans and nonsecurities investments to market value, bankers were assured at a convention here.

Dennis R. Beresford, chairman of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, told banks and thrifts that the standards board has no plan to "move toward full market-value accounting."

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