Federal Bank Holding Company Law

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Law Journal Press, 1997 - 600 páginas
Covers several aspects of bank holding companies, from permissible activities through operations. This book addresses such significant subjects as the Federal Reserve Board's supervisory framework for complex banking organizations, including guidance concerning capital adequacy; enhanced enforcement authority of federal regulators, and more.

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Overview Chapter 2 What Is A Bank Holding Company?
1-25
10
2-6
Acquisition of Banks
3-1
09
3-2
CHAPTER 7
3-7
01
3-40
Nonbanking Activities
4-1
9 Management Consulting 461
4-4
6 Insurance Consulting
8-13
824
8-26
Data Processing and Electronic Banking Services
9-1
Real Estate Activities
10-1
Affiliate Transactions
11-1
CHAPTER 11
11-11
Application of Sections 23A
11-41
Antitrust Considerations
12-1

03
4-12
10 Support Services 464
4-64
07
4-70
09A Permissible Financial Activities under
4-92
02A Financial Holding Company 28 1
4-93
Supervision and Enforcement
1
CHAPTER 5
5
03A Safeguarding Customer Information 510
5-10
j Restrictions on Assets
5-30
Investment and Joint Venture Activities
5-53
8 Nonvoting Equity Investments by Bank
6-8
Securities Activities
7-1
2 Eligible Securities Underwriting 742
7-42
Insurance Activities
8-1
Foreign Activities of U S Bank
8-5
5 Annuities
8-7
6 Citicorp v Board of Governors
8-8
CHAPTER 3
12-3
Investments 1246 6
12-42
CRA Considerations
13-1
a Summary of Provisions
13-2
Foreign Activities of U S Bank Holding Companies
14-1
CHAPTER 18
14-18
Reserved
14-39
The Bank Regulatory Framework
16-1
of Banks
16-3
The History of Bank Holding Company Regulation
17-1
2 Banking Act of 1933 174
17-4
7 Transamerica Proceedings 1714
17-14
Significant BHC Cases
18-1
INDEX
1-1
09
1-15
05
1-20
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