Analysis, Markets, Regulation & Supervision, Risk Management

Banks and regulators grapple with ‘AOCI’

By Blake Evans-Pritchard
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Bank of America is the latest firm to fall foul of “AOCI”, a murky metric behind this year’s largest US bank casualties which experts say is getting harder for banks to calculate. Much-needed regulatory reform is years away.

The acronym, short for “accumulated other comprehensive income”, is a ...

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