LAW 2790 - Banking Law
This course examines the basic structure of bank regulation under federal law and the differences among banking institutions. Attention will be paid to the powers of national banks and bank holding companies and the limitations upon their operations. The course emphasizes the evolving role that banks (and other financial institutions) play both as lenders and deposit takers and as participants in the broader financial markets, and it considers certain consequences of the recent financial crisis, including relevant changes in applicable laws and regulations.
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