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Legal policy

Proceedings , Paper 749

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Technology and security policy

Proceedings , Paper 748

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The separation of banking and commerce revisited

Proceedings , Paper 1067

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Implementing Gramm-Leach-Bliley

Proceedings , Paper 1064

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The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act eliminated the separation of banking and commerce

Proceedings , Paper 693

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The union of banking and commerce : a bridge too far, or just another turn in the road?

Proceedings , Paper 1045

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Recent activity resulting from the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act

New England Banking Trends , Issue Sum , Pages 1-6

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Financial market signals and banking supervision: are current practices consistent with research findings?

The trend toward incorporating information derived from financial markets into the bank supervision process has gained momentum over the past several years. This in part reflects an evolution in the thinking about how private market information can contribute to the process. In light of the evolving view of the potential contributions of market information, this paper reviews the empirical evidence relevant to the usefulness of financial market information in the bank supervision process. This paper reviews the research on what information can be gleaned from the pricing of equity and debt ...
Economic Review

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The separation of banking and commerce

In the wake of the passage of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the separation of banking from commercial activity is now one of the few remaining pieces of Depression-era banking law. In this article I explore the incentives that banks and commercial firms might have to affiliate. I also outline some of the reasons why legislators might be hesitant to permit such affiliations.
Economic Review

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Fed’s supervision duties face challenges as banking evolves

Financial Update , Volume 14 , Issue Apr , Pages 4

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