NEW YORK - With the deadline for conduit restructuring having come and gone, some of the banks still on the restructuring pike - and apparently there are many - may rather be working to deconsolidate the assets they'll take on for the reporting period ended June 30, as well as to avoid consolidating new assets originated between now and Sept. 30.

As has been a story over the last month or so, temporary capital relief from the federal regulators took most of the urgency out of the deadline for several players. Still, others were less worried about capital relief than the impact of consolidation on leverage ratios, something closely watched by equity analysts, among others.

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