Banking law and regulation

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Aspen Law & Business, 2001 - Law - 859 pages
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Refined and updated for its Third Edition, "Banking Law and Regulation" continues to serve as the foundation of a successful course on the law surrounding traditional commercial banks and other depository institutions.

Instructors have come to depend on "Banking Law and Regulation" for its comprehensive yet concise treatment of important areas that:

-- explains the nature, content, and scope of the rules that regulate the banking industry for meaningful student understanding

-- covers the history, regulation, regulatory powers, and globalization of financial institutions

-- probes the role of the bank in modern society in an exploration of policy implications

-- makes enlightening connections between traditional commercial banks and other depository institutions

-- regularly updated through an annual Statutory Supplement addressing recent developments and new cases

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
2
What Is a Bank?
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Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Jonathan R. Macey is the Sam Harris Professor of Corporate Law, Corporate Finance, and Securities Law at Yale Law School. His books include "An Introduction to Modern Financial Theory"; "Insider Trading: Economics, Politics, and Policy"; and "Macey on Corporation Laws.

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