Last week the bank regulators and the Securities and Exchange Commission jointly released 28 pages of provisional, heavily principles-based guidelines for identifying and establishing control policies aimed at "complex structured finance activities."

The sentiment is hardly new, though a commentary authored by both the SEC and the Federal Financial Institutions Examinations Council (FFIEC) is something of a novelty.

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