GAO identifies accounting rules as partial reason for bank failures

06/14/2013 | Compliance Week

Accounting rules that constrained loss provisions played a role in the failure of about 400 community banks during the financial crisis, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office. Generally accepted accounting principles required banks to limit loan-loss reserves according to historical loss rates, and this intensified the problem.

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