Banking and Financial Institutions Law in a Nutshell, 8th

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West Academic, Jun 21, 2014 - Law - 549 pages
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Authoritative coverage provides a foundation for understanding recent developments in banking and financial institutions. This Nutshell title covers subjects such as increased competition, deregulation, bank and thrift failures, large-scale bailout, and restructuring efforts. Unresolved challenges include budget stimulus, deficits, and renewed supervision by regulators.
 

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Contents

Securities Market Regulation
A Role of Securities Markets
B United States Securities Regulation System
Scope of Securities Regulation
Registration and Disclosure Process
Public Companies and Trading Limitations
Margin Trading Restrictions
Speculative Dangers
Chartering Entry and Licensing
Capital Reserves and Solvency
Rate Making and Filings
Financial Reporting
Standard Contracts and Customer Protection
Socialized Risk Coverage
E Possible Reforms and Federal Regulation 1 Shortcomings and Reforms 2 Federal Regulation
Banking and Insurance Controversies

Securities Exchanges and Trading
Regulation of Securities Firms 1 Underwriters and Investment Banking
DealerBroker Network and the NASD
Securities Investor Protection Corporation
E Investment Companies and Mutual Funds
Insurance Regulation A Regulatory Structure
B Development of Insurance and Regulation XI
Main Features of Insurance Regulation
Pension Funds Retirement Accounts and Social
B Pension Plan and Funding Regulations
Individual Retirement Accounts
Controversies and Prospects
International Banking and Finance
Restructuring Financial Markets
E Changing Regulatory Organization and Framework
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