Banking and financial institutions law in a nutshell
Evolution of Banking and Financial Institutions Law; Money and Banking; Banking Market Regulation: Thrift Institutions; Securities Market Regulation; Insurance Regulation; Pension Funds. Retirement Account and Social Security; Controversies and Prospects.
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Banking and Financial Institutions Law in a Nutshell, 8th
William Lovett,Michael Malloy
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