WASHINGTON - Acknowledging that regulatory guidance to limit banks' concentration in commercial real estate has failed, Comptroller of the Currency John Dugan said Friday that the banking agencies will issue new, tougher standards.
Regulators are weighing several options, he said, including tougher concentration caps, increased capital requirements, minimum underwriting standards and limits on banks that use wholesale funding to finance these loans.
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