WASHINGTON - Derivatives activities in small national banks will get closer scrutiny under updated examination guidelines issued by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

The exam guidelines, which apply to "noncomplex" community banks with assets of less than $250 million, were originally issued in July 1994. The revised exam includes two new areas: derivatives and data processing done outside the bank.

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