2 edition of Bank regulation found in the catalog.
by World Bank, Policy Research Dept., Finance and Private Sector Development Division in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||by Gerard Caprio.|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 1574, Policy research working papers ;, 1574.|
|Contributions||World Bank. Policy Research Dept. Finance and Private Sector Development Division|
|LC Classifications||HG3881.5.W57 P63 no. 1574|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||96195532|
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Following is a list of banking regulations: The most common objectives are. Regulation U - Credit by Banks and Persons other than Brokers or Dealers for the Purpose of Purchasing or Carrying Margin Stock. Regulation V - Fair Credit Reporting.
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Establish the minimum ratios of capital to assets that state member banks and bank holding companies must maintain. The guidelines for state member banks are contained in appendixes A, B, and E of Regulation H.
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OCC is the primary regulator of banks chartered under the National Bank Act (12 USC Section 1 et seq.). You will find OCC's regulations, derived from this act, in Title 12 - Banks and Banking.
16 The Fundamental Principles of Financial Regulation Here, bank A has borrowed from bank B, and bank B has borrowed from bank C, etc. Then, if A takes a hit and defaults, then bank B will suffer a loss.
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The Federal Reserve Board’s real estate appraisal standards are found in Regulation H, subpart E, 12 CFR –51 for state member banks. For BHCs, the appraisal standards can be found in Regulation Y, subpart G, 12 CFR The standards primarily focus on the responsibilities of the bank's board of directors for developing and.Banking Regulation Its Purposes, Implementation, and Effects.
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banks, bank accounts, and banking transactions are extensively regulated. The banking industry is subject to overlapping regulations promulgated by federal and state agencies: The Federal Reserve Board has general regulatory authority over the operations and disclosure obligations of all banks, both nationally- and : Gail Whittemore.