Banking law in the United States, Volume 2
Butterworth Legal Publishers, 1992 - Law - 1160 pages
This two-volume resource is a thorough guide to legislative regulatory & court actions covering every major area of banking including international banking, securities, activities by banks, bank holding companies, & successful banking transactions with the most comprehensive review & analysis available on the laws & regulations governing banking practices in the United States.Banking law is more complex now than at any time in history. Federal enactments such as the Financial Institutions Reform Recovery & Enforcement Act of 1989 & the 1991 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act have moved the regulation of banking to its most intrusive level ever.
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Steagall Act the Securities Act of 1933
CRIMES AND TORTS
REGULATION OF RETAIL BANKING
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