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|Material Type:||Updating loose-leaf|
|Document Type:||Continually Updated Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alfred M Pollard; Joseph P Daly
|Description:||2 volumes (loose-leaf) ; 26 cm|
|Contents:||Vol. 1. Part 1. Introduction to banking law in the United States. Introduction. History and concepts of banking regulation --
pt. 2. The structure of banking and its regulation. Commercial banks, bank holding companies, and others. Legislative and regulatory entities in a dual banking system. Enforcement powers of the regulators. Banking structure in the modern legal framework --
pt. 3. Banking law in the United States. Chartering banks and forming holding companies. National bank powers. National bank lending limits. Restricted transactions with bank affiliates and insiders. Capital and reserves. Crimes and torts. Holding company nonbanking business --
v. 2. Bank and holding company securities activities. Regulation of retail banking. Privacy of financial records. International banking. Taxation of banks. Mergers, acquisitions, and anticompetitive behavior. Failing and failed banks --
pt. 4. Conclusion. Directions in banking law and regulation.
|Responsibility:||Alfred M. Pollard, Joseph P. Daly.|