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State regulation of banks in an era of deregulation

Sandra B. McCray

State regulation of banks in an era of deregulation

a commission report.

by Sandra B. McCray

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Published by Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Banks and banking -- United States -- States.

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    ContributionsUnited States. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 28 p. ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17673014M

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The distinctions among the various finan­ cial entities--banks, savings and loan associations, insurance companies, real estate brokers, securities broker-dealers. Summary: It is commonly believed that, during the s, Margaret Thatcher presided over a substantial reduction in government regulation of financial services.

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The free banking era, characterized as it was by a complete lack of federal control and regulation, would come to an end with the National Banking Act of (and its later revisions in and.

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These laws are typically removed in an effort to spur economic growth. The Senate bill would adjust the size at which banks are subject to certain regulatory scrutiny and exempt small banks from some requirements for loans, mortgages, and trading, among other measures.

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In an era when regulation and deregulation are contentious topics for academics, policy-makers and practitioners, however, a lack of interest in theory continues to dominate. Deregulation occurs in one of three ways. First, Congress can vote to repeal a law.

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prodigious writer on banking and finance, Calomiris’ most recent book is U.S. Banking Dereg-ulation in Historical Perspective. He can be contacted by e-mail at [email protected] Though some oppressive Depression-era regulation has been removed, there is still need for reform of the U.S.

banking industry. Banking Approaches the Modern Era. The financial sector reforms had set the stage for the current financial crisis. “The legislation had repealed the Glass-Steagall Act ofa pillar of President Roosevelt’s “New Deal” which was put in place in response to the climate of corruption, financial manipulation and “insider trading” which led to more than 5, bank failures in the years.

Finally, this study will try to compare the activities of commercial banks under the system of regulation and deregulation in order to know if the aim objective of the policy is being achieved or not. Recommendation that will enhance the efficiency of banks operations will equally be made.

Significance of the Study. Bank deregulation typically refers to the elimination or at least simplification of various laws that apply to banks.

It normally happens at the national level and is often intended to allow individual actors, be they people, corporations, or banks themselves, to be more self-regulating and make more personalized choices about things like interest rates and acceptable. House passes sweeping bank deregulation bill.

The legislation represents the GOP's opening salvo in the coming debate over easing the rules on the financial system. The Motor Carrier Act of was designed to deregulate the trucking industry. The justification was that getting rid of regulations would spur growth for new companies and existing (surviving) companies; trucking companies would become more efficient or perish.

The new competition would create jobs, drive down prices, and benefit consumers. Sixteen Senate Democrats ignored warnings from progressives and joined with Republicans on Tuesday to advance a wide-ranging deregulation bill that lawmakers are expected to. In the ten year periodcommercial banks were closed, with a peak of failures in This rate of failures was approximately ________ times greater than that in the period from to Shown Here: Conference report filed in House (03/21/) (Conference report filed in House, H.

Rept. ) Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act of - =Title I: Monetary Control Act of = - Amends the Federal Reserve Act to authorize the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System to require all Federal and State banks, thrift. state BHCs if, in return, banks from Maine were allowed to enter those states.

(Entry in the case means the ability to buy incumbent banks.) No state reciprocated, however, so the deregulation process remained stalled untilwhen Alaska and New York passed laws similar to Maine’s. State deregula-tion was nearly complete byby which File Size: KB.

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The industry adapted to the regulatory constraints imposed in the s, thus partially reducing the costs of .