WASHINGTON — Four years after it began charging risk-based premiums, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is set to revamp them again for the largest institutions.
The agency, which says it has learned a lot more about the riskiness of big banks from the financial crisis, wants to add new factors — including the level of concentration of higher-risk assets and a bank's ratio of core to total funding — to the formula to calculate assessments.
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