The government should eliminate restrictions on the use of mortgage and credit card servicing assets to meet capital requirements, industry officials wrote in comment letters filed last week.

The American Bankers Association, the Mortgage Bankers Association of America, the Missouri Bankers Association, and others complained that a July plan from the federal banking and thrift agencies to double the share of these assets that a bank or thrift may count as regulatory capital is inadequate.

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