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FDIC Banking Review

1999 - Vol. 12, No. 2

  Donna Tanoue

Division of Research
and Statistics,

Wm. Roger Watson

Deputy Directors

Barry Kolatch
Steven A. Seelig


Steven A. Seelig

Editorial Committee

Jack T. Reidhill
Detta Voesar

Managing Editor

  Detta Voesar

Editorial Secretary

  Cathy Wright

Design and Production

  Geri Bonebrake

Financially Distressed Banks: How Effective Are Enforcement Actions in the Supervision Process?
(198kb PDF File - PDF help or hard copy)

by Timothy J. Curry, John P. O'Keefe, Jane Coburn and Lynne Montgomery

This article investigates the effects of bank examinations and enforcement actions on the behavior of problem banks.

The Consequences of National Depositor Preference
(169kb PDF File - PDF help or hard copy)

by James A. Marino and Rosalind L. Bennett

The authors examine the history of depositor preference laws and the potential costs and benefits of the national depositor preference legislation which was enacted in 1993.

Recent Developments Affecting Depository Institutions
(98kb PDF File - PDF help or hard copy)

by Lynne Montgomery

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 - 1999 Vol. 12 No. 2, Full Edition
(484kb PDF File - PDF help or hard copy)

The views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect official positions of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.  Articles may be reprinted or abstracted if the FDIC Banking Review and author(s) are credited.  Please provide the FDIC's Division of Research and Statistics with a copy of any publications containing reprinted material.

Single-copy subscriptions are available to the public free of charge.  Requests for subscriptions, back issues or address changes should be mailed to:  FDIC Banking Review, Office of Corporate Communications, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 550 17th Street, N.W., Washington, DC  20429.

Last Updated 10/12/1999 Questions, Suggestions & Requests

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