The Financial Accounting Standards Board may change some accounting rules to make it more difficult for banks to get subprime loans off their books.
At an accounting conference at Baruch College in New York, FASB Chairman Robert Herz said the rules might require banks to keep loans on their books that they previously have been able to package and sell off or securitize, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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