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|All Authors / Contributors:||Georgetown University. Continuing Legal Education Division.|
|Description:||421 p. ; 30 cm.|
|Contents:||Improvement or overregulation? Overview of prompt corrective action provisions / Barbara Timmer, Richard Whiting --
The interplay between enforcement authority and prompt corrective action / Lawrence Baxter, Arthur Beamon, Ralph E. Sharpe --
How to prepare a capital restoration plan: what do the regulators want and how to give it to them / Daniel T. Krabill, Stephen C. Schemering --
Legal implications for holding companies / Richard M. Ashton, Howard N. Cayne --
Effect on FDIC- and RTC-assisted acquisitions: a new day for open assistance? / Ross S. Delston, William C. Mutterperl, John G. Finneran, Jr. --
The evolving standard of care for directors, officers and professionals / John B. Beatty, Mark Rosen, Rosemary Stewart --
New requirements for internal controls, independent audit committees and internal compliance / Ronald R. Glancz, Mark Olson, Robert Krasne --
Special problems of lawyer and accountant liability: landmines and timebombs / Warren L. Dennis, Arthur W. Liebold, Jr., Therese D. Pritchard.
|Other Titles:||Prompt corrective action for banks and thrifts: how to survive under the FDIC improvement act of 1991
FDIC improvement act of 1991