Mutual Fund Activities of Banks

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Prentice Hall Law & Business, 1993 - Law - 1000 pages
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Written in an easy-to-understand style with convenient summaries and lucid explanations of the law, Mutual Fund Activities of Banks provides detailed coverage of what banks can and cannot do in the offering of mutual fund products and services. The authors provide a comprehensive guide to the banking and securities law framework governing bank mutual fund activities, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999, National Bank Act, Bank Holding Company Act, Investment Company Act of 1940, Investment Advisers Acts of 1934 and 1940, Securities Act of 1933, and state securities laws.

Completely up-to-date, this reference discusses all regulations, issues, and case law affecting every aspect of bank proprietary mutual funds, including: Mutual fund types and products
-- Organizing a mutual fund
-- Investment management
-- Distribution
-- Ancillary service providers
-- Retail sales through branch offices
-- Advertising and sales materials
-- Fiduciary activities
-- And more.

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