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Should bank branching be regulated

Frank A. Schmid

Should bank branching be regulated

theory and empirical evidence from four European countries

by Frank A. Schmid

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Published by Warwick University, Department of Economics in Coventry .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Banks and banking -- Branch banks -- Mathematical models.,
  • Banks and banking -- Europe.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFrank A. Schmid.
    SeriesEconomics research paper series -- no.401
    ContributionsUniversity of Warwick. Department of Economics.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25p. ;
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19700133M

      Banks have been involved with and regulated by governments for hundreds of years. Following a brief review of this history, I delineate nine reasons that could justify continued regulation, particularly in the United States. These include deposit insurance, preventing banks from obtaining excessive economic power, reducing the cost of individual bank insolvency, avoiding the effects of Cited by: 9.   The banking system in India is regulated by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), through the provisions of the Banking Regulation Act, Some important aspects of the regulations that govern.

    In the rest of my remarks, I will briefly illustrate how the Federal Reserve, along with the other federal banking agencies, applies these principles in three major areas of bank regulation and supervision: the Bank Secrecy Act, bank capital standards, and the Community Reinvestment Act. They don't care whether a bank provides the service. Because of some regulatory gaps and uncertainty, they should. For example — as Slate reported last year — customers of the popular peer-to-peer payment company Venmo have found themselves subject to lapses in data security and transparency that a bank regulator would never allow.

      James Freeman: The limits on branching go way back to an era when the bank was a single branch. Over time, the regulation of branching left Author: Scott Porch. Comprehensive, yet intelligible treatment of the basic rules, principles, statutes, and issues governing the law of bank regulation. Examines the rapid pace of development in depository institution regulation, and how federal statutes governing banking have been subject to constant amendment in recent years. Discusses the growing overlap in competition among depository institutions, insurance.


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