banking regulation

  • 1Banking in India — originated in the first decade of 18th century. The first banks were The General Bank of India, which started in 1786, and Bank of Hindustan, both of which are now defunct. The oldest bank in existence in India is the State Bank of India, which… …

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  • 2Banking in Switzerland — is characterized by stability, privacy and protection of clients assets and information. The country s tradition of bank secrecy, which dates to the Middle Ages, was first codified in a 1934 law. [cite web… …

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  • 3Banking in Canada — is one of the most efficient and safest banking systems in the world. [http://www.weforum.org/gcr World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report] , World Economic Forum, In the 2007 2008 report Canada is ranked 2nd in the Soundness of banks… …

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  • 4Banking business intelligence — refers to all general functionalities business intelligence but is focused on the informational needs of banks and the finance community. With the increase of governmental regulations, information is the key component to compliance. Therefore,… …

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  • 5Banking in the United Kingdom — can be considered to have started in the 17th century. The industry grew out of the profession of goldsmiths, who after the dissolution of monasteries and makers of gold and silver plate started to have significant stocks of gold.17th CenturyMany …

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  • 6Banking in Israel — has its roots in the Zionist movement in the beginning of the 20th century prior to the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948. The World Zionist Organization established the Anglo Palestine Bank in 1903 (which later was renamed to Bank… …

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  • 7Banking in the United States — has occurred under a series of laws passed by the federal and state governments.HistoryEarly history 1700s and 1800sIn 1781, an act of United States Congress established the Bank of North America in Philadelphia. During the American Revolutionary …

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  • 8Banking agent — A banking agent is a retail or postal outlet contracted by a financial institution or a mobile network operator to process clients’ transactions. Rather than a branch teller, it is the owner or an employee of the retail outlet who conducts the… …

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  • 9Banking in Australia — History = Historically, the Banking industry in Australia was tightly regulated. Until as recently as the 1980s, it was virtually impossible for a foreign bank to establish branches in Australia; consequently Australia had very few banks when… …

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  • 10Banking —    Historically, banking in the United States was a complex political and economic issue. Opposition to a strong centralized government led to the demise of the National Bank in 1836. Although national banking was restored with the banking acts… …

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  • 11Banking in the People's Republic of China — This article is about the banking system of the People s Republic of China. For details on the financial system at large, see Chinese financial system. China s banking system has undergone significant changes in the last two decades: banks are… …

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  • 12Banking in China — China s banking system has undergone significant changes in the last two decades: banks are now functioning more like banks than before. Nevertheless, China s banking industry has remained in the government s hands even though banks have gained… …

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  • 13Regulation (European Union) — For industry and economic regulation laws, see European Community regulation. European Union This article is part of the series: Polit …

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  • 14Regulation K — One of the regulations set forth by the Federal Reserve. Regulation K provides governance on the international banking front, offering guidelines for bank holding companies that engage in international trade and also foreign banks located… …

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  • 15banking doctrine — noun also banking principle : the principle that bank notes represent a form of banker s credit and should not be subject to special regulation and that freedom from regulation is essential to an elastic currency the fluctuation of which will be… …

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  • 16Regulation CC — One of the banking regulations set forth by the Federal Reserve. Regulation CC implements the Expedited Funds Availability Act of 1987. This act sets certain standards for endorsements on checks that are paid by banks and other depository… …

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  • 17banking commission — State regulatory body charged with supervision of banking institutions. See also Federal Reserve Board of Governors with respect to regulation of national banks …

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  • 18banking commission — State regulatory body charged with supervision of banking institutions. See also Federal Reserve Board of Governors with respect to regulation of national banks …

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  • 19banking ordinance — bank related regulation …

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  • 20Bank regulation — Bank regulations are a form of government regulation which subject banks to certain requirements, restrictions and guidelines.Objectives of bank regulationThe objectives of bank regulation, and the emphasis, varies between jurisdiction. The most… …

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