Banking Law Manual: Federal Regulation of Financial Holding Companies, Banks and Thrifts

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ISBN: 9781522197843
Estimated: June 24, 2020
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Banking Law Manual, Second Edition is a legal reference on the principles of federal banking regulation for banking organizations, including commercial banks, thrift institutions and their holding companies, along with some consideration of the regulation of other institutions some as credit unions, agricultural lenders, and mortgage lenders. It provides theoretical analysis and real-world insights and has now been completely rewritten with an exclusive focus on federal banking regulation with thorough updates of the law. Topics discussed include:

•  Rationales for banking regulation
•  Choices among charters
•  Structure of banking organizations
•  Powers of banks and financial holding companies
•  Securities powers of banks
•  The Volcker Rule
•  Community reinvestment and fair lending laws
•  Geographic expansion of banks
•  Insurance underwriting and sales activities
•  Commodities and derivatives activities
•  Bank mergers
•  Federal deposit insurance
•  Bank supervision
•  Enforcement mechanisms and sanctions
•  Anti-money laundering
•  Cybersecurity
•  Directors and officers
•  Closure and resolution of failed banks and thrifts
•  Collection of receivership assets and satisfaction of receivership claims
•  Federal Oversight of Systemically Significant Financial Entities

Banking Law Manual, Second Edition also provides comprehensive coverage and analysis of the changes mandated by the groundbreaking legislation, including such important enactments as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Banking Regulation: Overview and Rationales
Chapter 2 The Federal Bank Regulatory Agencies
Chapter 3 Chartering and the Dual Banking System
Chapter 4 The Structure and Oversight of Financial Organizations
Chapter 5 The Powers of Banks and Bank Holding Companies
Chapter 6 Federal Prudential Regulation of Banks and Thrifts
Chapter 7 Regulating Securities and Related Activities of Banks and Bank Holding Companies
Chapter 7A Regulating Insurance Activities of Banks and Thrift Institutions and Their Holding Companies
Chapter 8 Community Reinvestment and Fair Lending
Chapter 9 Geographic Expansion of Banks and Thrifts
Chapter 10 Bank and Thrift Mergers and Holding Company Acquisitions
Chapter 11 Regulation of Deposits and Federal Deposit Insurance
Chapter 12 Supervision of Banking Organizations
Chapter 13 Enforcement Mechanisms and Sanctions
Chapter 14 Directors and Officers of Financial Institutions
Chapter 15 Closure and Resolution of Failed Banks and Thrifts
Chapter 16 Collecting Receivership Assets
Chapter 17 Satisfaction of Receivership Claims
Chapter 18 Anti-Money Laundering, Cybersecurity, and Related Regulatory Regimes
Chapter 19 Commodities and Derivatives Activities