3 edition of Banking regulation in the United States found in the catalog.
Banking regulation in the United States
|Statement||by Carl Felsenfeld.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 426 p. :|
|Number of Pages||426|
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"Banking Regulation in the United States is an indispensable one-volume distillation and explanation of our complex system of bank regulation. Its clarity, comprehensiveness and organization make it a "must read" for the beginner and a valuable reference for the experienced practitioner." H.
Rodgin Cohen is a Partner at Sullivan & Cromwell Cited by: 5. This book, having been written inis definitely relevant. It was published before the OTS was shut down, though, so I had to keep remembering what functions the FDIC was going to take over, etc.
But for someone with no knowledge of banking regulation or the financial system, this book was a God-send.
"The recently issued treatise, entitled Banking Regulation in the United States, co-authored by Carl Felsenfeld and David Glass, is a valuable Third Edition provides important insight as to how U.S.
banks are and should be regulated, especially in the aftermath of the recent financial crisis and the resulting legislation known as the Dodd-Frank Act. banking today and their implications for banking regulation. Chapter 1 addresses the question of why banks are regulated in order to establish the basic purposes, rationale, and goals for bank-ing regulation, and to provide a framework for evaluating bank regulations.
Chapter 2 traces the history and development of U.S. banking regulation. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Types of bank charters and the tangle of regulation --The dual banking system --Bank activities --Deposits and accounts: Regulation Q "deregulation" --The price for money: usury rate laws --The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation --Bank holding companies, bank.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Felsenfeld, Carl. Banking regulation in the United States. [Yonkers, N.Y.]: Juris Pub., © (OCoLC) Regulates the acquisition of control of banks and bank holding companies by companies and individuals, defines and regulates the nonbanking activities in which bank holding companies (including financial holding companies) and foreign banking organizations with United States operations may engage, and establishes the minimum ratios of capital.
Heidi Mandanis Schooner, Michael W. Taylor, in Global Bank Regulation, The Rationale for Regulation. Bank regulation is concerned primarily with ensuring that banks are financially sound and well managed. In the United States, this concept is referred to as safety and soundness regulation and in most of the rest of the world as prudential regulation.
This book covers many different aspects of banking regulation. Among these are the basic purposes of banking regulation in the United States, the historical development of our regulatory system, the basic powers of banks and bank holding companies, and the structure and general authority of the bank supervisory agencies.