Federal Bank Holding Company Law

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Law Journal Press, 1997 - 600 pages
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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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Contents

4 Coordination of Enforcement Actions
1-4
12 Activities and Investments
1-12
Overview Chapter 2 What Is A Bank Holding Company?
1-25
06
2-1
3 Ventures With Law Firms 636
2-6
CHAPTER 3
2-25
10
2-45
Acquisition of Banks
3-1
Insurance Activities Chapter 9 Data Processing and Electronic Banking Services
9-1
a MAC Network 915
9-15
b Southeast Switch 919
9-17
05 Electronic Home Banking Services 921
9-21
3 Home Shopping and Travel Planning 922
9-22
06 Internet Banking and Access Services 924
9-24
4 Internet Securities Transactions 926
9-26
07 Stored Value Cards 928
9-28

2 Structural Characteristics
3-2
Services 453
3-4
CHAPTER 7
3-7
2 Financial Factors
3-25
3 Managerial Resources
3-35
11 Ex Parte Communications 360
3-60
Nonbanking Activities
41
Information
44
11
45
412
4-8
CHAPTER 5
4-12
6 Incidental Activities
4-37
b Adverse Effects 446
4-46
03
52
7 Agency Investment Services 456 1
57
10 Support Services 464
4-64
13 Money Orders Savings Bonds
4-68
2 Real Estate Activities
4-72
4 Limitations on Nonbank Bank Activities
4-78
07
4-85
b Acquisition of Going Concern
4-86
492
4-92
2 02A Financial Holding Company 28 1
4-93
496
4-96
4102
4-102
Supervision and Enforcement
1
11
2
02
3
510
5-10
516
5-16
2 Other Federal Banking Agencies
5-2
4 Umbrella Supervision
5-4
522
5-22
j Restrictions on Assets
5-30
CHAPTER 6
5-35
Investment and Joint Venture Activities
5-41
548
5-48
Supervision and Enforcement Chapter 6 Investment and Joint Venture Activities Chapter 7 Securities Activities
6-5
3 Proprietary Mutual Funds
6-10
b Other Letters
6-16
07
6-24
a HerfindahlHirshman Index
7-6
8 Nonvoting Equity Investments by Bank
7-8
3 Types of Instruments Brokered 710
7-10
State Antitrust Laws
7-12
CHAPTER 8
8-1
4 Trusts 210
8-2
6 Other Regulators
8-6
03
8-16
2 Closed Systems 928
9-29
08 Other Data Processing Services 931
9-31
2 Financial Information Services 932
9-32
7 Merchant Data Services 933
9-33
9 Financial Institution Services 934
9-34
10 Nonfinancial Institution Services 936
9-36
12 Mobile Telephone Services 938
9-38
14 Electronic Benefit Transfer Services 939
9-39
15 Shareholder Services 940
9-40
17 Merchant Card Processing 941
9-41
18 Digital Signature Certification 942 1
9-42
19 Elecronic Stock Exchange 942 2
9-42
09 Computer Hardware 943
9-43
4 Computer Hardware Inventory 944
9-44
10 Nonfinancial Data Processing 945
9-45
Real Estate Activities
10-1
310
10-3
04
10-11
05
10-22
1 The Changing Structure of Banking
11-1
311
11-3
Financing 452
11-5
312
11-24
Application of Sections 23A
11-41
Affiliate Transactions Chapter 12 Antitrust Considerations
12-1
a Traditional Bank Products
12-2
CHAPTER 12
12-3
3 First City National Bank of Houston
12-22
1253
12-52
CRA Considerations
12-75
b Demand Deposits
13-2
Foreign Activities of U S Bank Holding Companies
14-1
313
14-3
Nonmember Banks
14-4
b Operating Subsidiaries
14-17
Reserved
14-39
The Bank Regulatory Framework
16-1
04
16-45
The History of Bank Holding Company Regulation
17-1
2 Banking Act of 1933 174
17-4
7 Transamerica Proceedings 1714
17-14
Banks and Their Affiliates 1130
17-30
Significant BHC Cases
18-1
315
18-3
188
18-8
1828
18-28
d Unitary SL Holding Companies
18-35
3 Are Bank Holding Companies Obsolete?
25
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