3 edition of Tie-ins of the sale of insurance by banks and bank holding companies found in the catalog.
Tie-ins of the sale of insurance by banks and bank holding companies
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.
|LC Classifications||KF26 .B39 1979p|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 713 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||713|
|LC Control Number||79603318|
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This Act restricts the geographic and product range of bank holding companies by defining the types and locations of institutions the holding companies can own or acquire. This act also regulates transactions between the Corporation and the bank and generally prohibits tie-ins between credit and other products and services. I This means that commercial banks can enter insurance business either by acting as agents or by setting up joint ventures with insurance companies. And the RBI allows banks .
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The Douglas amendment to the Bank Holding Company was passed to address a potential loophole to interstate banking posed by A. unit banks. multibank holding companies. one-bank holding companies. foreign banks. reciprocal agreements.
The bank recently acquired an insurance subsidiary, which will target Home Bancorp. customers. Associated Banc-Corp., Green Bay, increased non-interest income in the first half of by $ Author: Brad Hoeschen. Banks have recently tended to buy other banks, such as the Bank of America and Fleet Boston merger, yet they have had less success integrating with investment and insurance companies.
Many banks have expanded into investment banking, but have found it hard to package it with their banking services, without resorting to questionable tie-ins Enacted by: the th United States Congress. restricts bank holding companies from opening insurance underwriting affiliates.
requires banks that underwrite and sell insurance to operate under federal rather than state regulations as insurance companies. All of the options. None of the options. Anti-tying provision of the Bank Holding Company Act. InCongress enacted section of the Bank Holding Company Act Amendments of (BHCA), the anti-tying provision, which is codified at 12 U.S.C.
§ The statute was designed to prevent banks, whether large or small, state or federal, from imposing anticompetitive conditions on. reciprocal, favoring neither bank holding companies nor the financial industry competitors.
If it is permissible under the law for bank holding companies to own an insurance, brokerage or securities firm, it would be equally permissible for these firms to own banks. It has thus far not been possible, for a variety of. Robert A.
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Robert A. Eisenbeis, Prime Rate Charged, by Banks on Short-Term Business Loans from Federal Reserve Bulletin, July Credit analysis is a study by a credit analyst where -- based on the loan application and the available info from 1, 2, or 3 credit bureaus -- she analyzes and.
Welcome. Log into your account. your username. your password. Tie-ins between the granting of credit and sale of insurance by bank holding companies and other lenders. Trade adjustment and the composition of trade.
Trade integration, competition, and the decline in exchange-rate pass-through Trust assets of banks and trust companies. Trust assets of financial institutions. Specifically, we recommend Congress repeal Sections 20 and 32 of the Glass-Steagall Act, which restrict affiliations between commercial banks and securities firms, as well as Section 4 of the Bank Holding Company Act ofwhich narrowly limits the permissible activities of bank holding companies.
Robert Allen Eisenbeis currently works at Cumberland Advisors. Robert does research in Monetary Policy, Bank Regulation, Econometrics and Financial Economics.
His current work focuses on bank. Financially related services tie-ins. In any transaction conducted by a savings bank, a savings bank holding company, or a subsidiary of either with a customer who is also a customer of any other subsidiary of any of them, the customer shall be given a notice in point boldface type in substantially the following form.
The author also cites a research study by The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta that suggests that bank holding companies will add insurance products to their lines of business for sound reasons such as: 1) small increment costs involved, 2) the presence of existing customer relationships, 3) revenue diversification, 4) absence of interest rate.
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