WASHINGTON — Until recently, much of the attention surrounding so-called "put-back risk" has focused on the legal aspect, notably whether judges will require lenders to repurchase loans they sold to securitizers.

But bankers are now starting to wonder about the potential regulatory costs of such risk, as observers predict it could cause the banking agencies to raise a firm's capital, reserve and liquidity requirements.

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