Federal regulators are giving banks a one-year transition period to deal with the risk-based capital implications of moving certain mortgage securitizations onto their balance sheets due to recent accounting rules changes that go into effect Jan. 1.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) and the other regulators realize that affected banks and thrifts are going to see their assets balloon as they consolidate private-label MBS and commercial securities onto their books.

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