Federal regulators are seeking comment on a proposal that aims to lessen banks' reliance on credit ratings by proposing three methods for assessing risk on firms' trading books.

The proposal, published in the Federal Register on Dec. 21, would establish new capital requirements by using alternative standards of creditworthiness to determine how much capital banks will need to hold to offset risks with investments in securitizations and debt.

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