Banks and Thrifts: Government Enforcement and Receivership

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LexisNexis, May 18, 2016 - Law - 1540 pages
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Banks and Thrifts: Government Enforcement and Receivership is the first and only comprehensive guide to practice in this expanding area of banking law. This publication untangles and synthesizes the complexity of enforcement and receivership law, with an emphasis on the role of the FDIC, and helps you to:

•   Evaluate claims
•   Choose the best course of conduct in each case, protect banks against regulatory violations
•   Proceed knowledgeably through informal enforcement proceedings
•   Defend or litigate with confidence
•   Guide financial institutions through the seizure process
•   Represent debtors and creditors

First published in 1991.

1 volume; Updated annually.

 

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Contents

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i Small Business Investment Companies 8 Finance Leasing 9 Service Corporations
10 Enforcement of Agency Directives
10 Trusts
11 LoanstoOneBorrower Limitations 12 Capital
a General Authority to Establish Minimum Capital Ratios b Capital Standards Mandated in F I R R E
c Goodwill
d Future Goodwill e Purchased Mortgage Servicing Rights
16 OutofState Branches
17 Restrictions on Transactions with Affiliates a Generally b Sister Thrifts 18 Extensions of Credit to Insiders
19 Tying
History and Coordination of the Agencies Enforcement
Application and Examination
Examination Process
c DiscretionaryFunction Exception
20 Reports

f Separate Capitalization for Certain Subsidiaries
g Consolidation of Subsidiaries Not Separately Capitalized h Consequences of Failure to Comply with Capital Standards Prompt Corrective Action i E...
13 Capital Distributions
14 Qualified Thrift Lender Test a Background
b Penalties for Failing Q T L Test
c Requalification d Conversion to a Bank Charter
15 Conservatorships and Receiverships
Duties Responsibilities and Potential Civil Liability of Directors
11 Prompt Corrective Action
1 Introduction
2 Capital Categories
Litigation Special Powers of FDICRTC
3 Calculation and Notice of Capital Levels 4 Reclassification Based on NonCapital Criteria 5 Capital Restoration Plans 6 Capital Plan Performance Gu...
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