Regulation of bank financial service activities: cases and materials
Provides a comprehensive overview of nearly every aspect of banking regulation from its history, to federal and state regulation, to international regulatory issues. Contains individual chapters on the securities, derivatives and insurance activities of banks and their "functional" regulation by non-banking regulators under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA). Also reviews thrift regulation and its evolution under FIRREA and FDICIA, and contains a chapter on bank commercial lending activity.
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The History of Banking Regulation in America 1 The Role of Banks in Early America
The Creation of Banks in America
The Civil War Era
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