The Law and Regulation of Financial Institutions
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Regulation of Financial Institutions
"In the financial institutions law area, actions by regulatory agencies are frequent and extensive. In addition, Congress and the state legislatures are engaged in consideration of new laws on many aspects of banking, and state and federal courts are constantly issuing significant decisions." -- Milton Schroeder
The Law and Regulation of Financial Institutions provides a practical guide to and analysis of all the major laws and regulations governing financial institution transactions and compliance. It covers the basic principles underlying the law and regulation of financial institutions, explains the laws that control and limit the activities of such institutions, and identifies the legal rights and duties that apply to financial institution transactions involving checks, credit cards, electronic transfers, consumer credit, secured financing, letters of credit, and bankruptcy. It is an excellent research tool, offering detailed descriptions of key judicial decisions, statutes, legislative history, and regulations. Extensive references to law reviews, professional journals, and other secondary sources are included.
The following are examples of the many topics treated in depth:
- Financial services reform under the Dodd-Frank Act
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) enforcement of consumer financial protection laws
- Bank and savings and loan holding company regulation
- Branching and interstate banking
- Supervision of bank safety and soundness
- Securities activities of banks and bank holding companies
- Capital adequacy and prompt corrective action standards
- Regulatory enforcement powers and regulation of funds availability, check collection, fund transfers, electronic banking, and other areas
- Civil liability of institution-affiliated parties
- Federal deposit insurance
- Insolvency and reorganization of depository institutions
- Customer privacy rights
- Consumer credit, credit discrimination, and interest rate regulation
- The network of laws designed to deter money laundering and terrorist financing
- Articles of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) dealing with negotiable instruments, bank collection of items, fund transfers, letters of credit, and secured transactions
To obtain an authoritative guide to the bewildering maze of statutes, cases, rules, and administrative policies that apply to your financial institution's activities, order The Law and Regulation of Financial Institutions today!
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Table of contents
Table of Contents
Part I The Regulation of Banking
1 Introduction to Banking Regulation
1A Financial Services Reform 2010
2 U.S. Banking System
3 Financial Stability and the Federal Reserve System
4 Organization and Powers of National Banks and Insured State Banks
5 Bank Holding Companies
6 Regulation of Bank Expansion Through Branching and Interstate Banking
7 Supervision of Bank Safety and Soundness
7A Enforcement of Federal Consumer Financial Protection Law
8 Securities Activities of Banks and Bank Holding Companies
9 Capital Adequacy and Prompt Corrective Action
10 Regulatory Enforcement Powers and Civil Liability of Institution-Affiliated Parties
11 Federal Deposit Insurance
12 Insolvency and Reorganization of Depository Institutions and Financial Companies
13 Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, and Duty to Record and Report Transactions
Part II Payment and Credit Transactions: Basic Principles
14 Sources of Commercial Banking Law
15 Negotiable Instruments and Holders in Due Course
16 Letters of Credit, Documents of Title, and Investment Securities
17 Noncheck Payment Systems: Electronic Transfers of Funds and Credit
18 The Bank-Customer Relationship
18A The Use and Misuse of Customer Information: Customer Rights to Privacy and Information Confidentiality
19 Bank Collection and Payment
20 Secured Transactions
21 Debtor Default and Enforcement of Security Agreements
22 Consumer Credit and Interest Rate Regulation
Table of UCC Sections
Table of USC Sections
Table of Cases