New FASB proposals could give banks more room to value certain assets on their books with...
New FASB proposals could give banks more room to value certain assets on their books with models, rather than market values. The proposals would also eliminate the perverse DVA adjustment, in which banks record a profit as their credit situation worsens (and a loss as it improves). Stakeholder comments are due by May 15.
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