TITLE

House Banking Committee offers compromise on regulation reform

AUTHOR(S)
Anason, Dean
PUB. DATE
February 1998
SOURCE
Bond Buyer;02/06/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30326, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports that US House Banking Commission officials have floated a financial reform compromise that could break the logjam that has prevented Congress from revising the laws governing the banking, securities and insurance industries. Provision that would let banks directly underwrite municipal revenue bonds; Discussions on compromises in the thrift charter provision.
ACCESSION #
230632

 

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