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FDIC Banking Review
1997 - Vol. 10, No. 1
Division of Research
Wm. Roger Watson
Steven A. Seelig
Jack T. Reidhill
Design and Production
by FDIC Staff
This staff study addresses the issues concerning the proposal to establish a single federal charter for banks and savings associations. The study discusses the differences in the powers of banking organizations and thrift organizations. It also reviews the arguments and evidence for and against a unification of the federal charters for depository institutions.
by Charles D. Cowan
The author describes the use of sampling in a financial setting and focuses, as an illustration, on some of the methods used by the FDIC to value assets in liquidation. By using sampling, as opposed to valuing each asset, significant cost savings are achieved while ensuring the accuracy and quality of the results.
by Valentine V. Craig
This regular feature of the FDIC Banking Review contains information on regulatory agency actions, state legislation and regulation, and articles and studies pertinent to banking and deposit insurance issues.
Banking Review - 1997, Vol. 10 No. 1 - Full Edition
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