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  • 1Banking Supervision — ➔ Board of Banking Supervision …

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  • 2Basel Committee on Banking Supervision —       committee of the Bank for International Settlements (International Settlements, Bank for), an institution that promotes financial and monetary cooperation among the world s central banks. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision was… …

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  • 3Basel Committee on Banking Supervision — The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision is an institution created by the central bank Governors of the Group of Ten nations . It was created in 1974 and meets regularly four times a year.Its membership is now composed of senior representatives …

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  • 4Board of Banking Supervision — ˌBoard of ˌBanking Superˈvision noun BANKING the Bank of England department that establishes the rules of the banking system in Britain, and makes sure they are followed …

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  • 5the Board of Banking Supervision — UK US noun BANKING ► in the UK, an organization that is responsible for making the rules of business that banks must follow …

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  • 6supervision — su‧per‧vi‧sion [ˌsuːpəˈvɪʒn ǁ pər ] noun [uncountable] the work of making sure something is done properly and according to all the rules: • The bank chiefs set up a subcommittee to coordinate policies on banking supervision. • He learned to fly… …

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  • 7Banking 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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  • 8Banking 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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  • 9Banking 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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  • 10Banking 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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  • 11Banking 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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  • 12Banking in Bangladesh — The banking system at independence consisted of two branch offices of the former State Bank of Pakistan and seventeen large commercial banks, two of which were controlled by Bangladeshi interests and three by foreigners other than West Pakistanis …

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  • 13Banking Department — A state specific regulatory body that oversees the operations of financial institutions within its jurisdiction. The primary responsibility of the banking department is to ensure that the financial system is accessible, stable and safe for all… …

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  • 14supervision — noun 1) the supervision of the banking system Syn: administration, management, control, charge; superintendence, regulation, government, governance 2) keep your children under supervision Syn: observation, guidance …

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  • 15Banking Acts — 1979; 1987 UK Acts of Parliament defining a bank as a taker of deposits and investing supervision of deposit taking institutions in the Bank of England The Acts created safeguards to ensure that only fit and proper persons should be allowed to be …

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  • 16banking 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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  • 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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  • 18Committee of European Banking Supervisors — The Committee of European Banking Supervisors (CEBS) was an independent advisory group on banking supervision in the European Union.[1] Established by the European Commission in 2004 by Decision 2004/5/EC,[2] and its charter revised on 23 January …

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  • 19New York State Banking Department — Past NY Banking Superintendents Superintendent Appointment Date Daniel B. St. John April 15, 1851 Marius Schoonmaker April 4, 1854 James M. Cook January 30, 1856 Henry H. Van Dyck April 16, 1861 Edward Hand (banking) August 9, 1865 Emerson W. K …

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  • 20European Banking Federation — The European Banking Federation (abbreviated EBF or FBE in French) is an organization of the European banking sector, representing interest of over 5000 European banks in 31 countries with combined assets of over 30,000 billion Euro and around… …

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