FASB proposes changes to rules on securitization accounting

09/16/2008 | Reuters

The changes proposed by the U.S. Financial Accounting Standards Board could greatly affect the way off-balance sheet assets are accounted for by financial institutions. Wall Street has anxiously anticipated the controversial proposal as it would require firms to put trillions of dollars worth of troubled assets on their books and thus raise more capital to offset the risk.

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