Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said the Bush administration will review accounting rules for the off-balance sheet units that large U.S. banks set up to invest in assets including mortgage-backed securities. In a speech in Washington, Paulson said President George W. Bush's Working Group on Financial Markets will review accounting rules that ``are applicable to off-balance sheet vehicles.'' The group includes the Federal Reserve, Securities and Exchange Commission and Commodity Futures Trading Commission. The speech comes a day after Citigroup Inc., Bank of America Corp. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. said they will establish a fund to buy assets from structured investment vehicles, units set up to purchase securities such as subprime mortgage debt and bank bonds. The establishment of the fund came after a month of talks brokered by the Treasury. ``I have no interest in bailing out lenders or property speculators,'' Paulson said, countering critics of the Treasury's role in the negotiations. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aZNLDLWUW3QI&refer=home Hank, weÂ´re all so proud of you !.... For not bailing out speculators !