Can Banks be Insulated from Nonbank Affiliates?

  • James L. Pierce
Part of the Innovations in Financial Markets and Institutions book series (IFMI)


Congress, bank regulators, and conference participants have spent a great deal of time and attention on the issue of insulating banks within their holding companies. Interest in that rather arcane topic is increasing because the bank insulation issue has become intertwined with the debate over allowing banking organizations to exercise additional powers such as offering a full line of securities or insurance services.


Financial Service Federal Reserve Parent Company Capital Requirement Deposit Insurance 
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