Following last December's proposals regarding the residual pieces of securitizations, federal regulators - including the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency - are poised to release another, more specific set of guidelines, industry sources say.

The anticipated guidelines - which might come as early as February, a source said - will likely specify the percentage or amount of residuals a bank is allowed to include on its books when calculating assets for core capital purposes.

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