Interstate Banking Regulation
A look at the failures of federal restrictions on branching and holding companies. Includes history, definitions, McFadden Act and Douglas Amendment, expansion, antitrust issues, industry and technological inovations and loopholes. Cites 31 cases.
# 21184 | 6,750 words | 7 sources | 1994 |
Published on Feb 24, 2003 in Business (Finance, Investment and Banking) , Economics (National) , Political Science (Fiscal Policy (economy))
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From the Paper:"Restrictions on Interstate Banking with regard to Branching and Bank Holding Companies
This paper will discuss the various restrictions imposed by federal law on interstate banking with regard to branching and bank holding companies. The first part of the paper will examine the federal laws concerning branching activities by banks and how they are affected by the McFadden Act. The second part of the paper will look at the regulation of bank holding companies with regard to interstate expansion by the Douglas Amendment to the Bank Holding Company Act. The third part of the paper will discuss some of the antitrust ramifications of interstate branching and expansion by bank and bank holding companies. The basic aim of this paper is to show how federal banking law concerning interstate branching and expansion has failed to keep..."
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