The American Bankers Association has written to Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson calling on regulators to make several immediate reforms to mark-to-market and fair value accounting rules before banks have to file their year-end financial statements.
The letter came in response to comments that Paulson made in November in which he said, "Mark-to-market accounting is clearly pro-cyclical."
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