The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) took plenty of heat in April for loosening mark-to-market guidelines, a move that critics assailed as a gift to the financial industry and a nod to political pressures.

The FASB's latest idea, however, if seen to completion, would go a long way toward silencing accusations that the rulemakers have gone soft on banks.

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