CCH Guide to Federal Privacy Rules for Financial Institutions

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CCH, Jan 1, 2000 - Banks and banking - 504 pages
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This soft cover book provides a comprehensive discussion of the financial
privacy requirements adopted by federal agencies under the Gramm Leach Bliley
Act. the booklet explains the privacy rules adopted by the four banking
regulators (FDIC, FED, OCC and OTS), the Securities Exchange Commission, the
Federal Trade Commission and the National Credit Union Administration. the
first section of the book will be a CCH authored explanation on the rules of
each regulator. the banking regulator would be treated as one group, since
their rules will be adopted jointly. Differences, where existent, in the
rules of the SEC, FTC and NCUA would be discussed under each topic. the second
section of the book will be the full text of the privacy regulation of each of
these seven agencies. the third section will be the text of applicable
portions of the Gramm Leach Bliley Act. the fourth section will reproduce the
text agency releases issued with the rule adoptions, providing agency analysis
of the final regulations. the final portion of the book will be the Topical
Index . the explanation will cover the requirements for financial institutions
to provide notice to customers about privacy policies and practices; the
conditions under which a financial institution may disclose nonpublic personal
information about the consumers to non-affiliated third parties; and the
methods for consumers to prevent financial intuitions from disclosing that
information by "opting out"..

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Contents

Subject Page
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BANK REGULATORY AGENCIES
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Clear and Conspicuous 113
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Copyright

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CCH Incorporated has been a leading provider of proven, high-quality business information for accountants, lawyers, government officials, and business professional for five generations. They are the authors of the CCH Business Toolkit series and run the interactive CCH Business Owner's Toolkit web site, www.toolkit.cch.com. They are located in Riverwoods, Illinois.

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