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Lessons from the History of the U.S. Regulatory Perimeter

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  • Jess Cheng
  • Joseph Cox
  • Courtney Demartini
  • Katherine Di Lucido
  • Meg Donovan
  • Nick Ehlert
  • Byoung Hwa Hwang
  • Asad Kudiya
  • Dan McGonegle
  • Stacey L. Schreft
  • Gavin Smith
  • Nicholas K. Tabor
  • Alexandros Vardoulakis
  • Mary L. Watkins
  • Kathy Wilson
  • Jeffery Y. Zhang

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Banking organizations in the United States have long been subject to two broad categories of regulatory standards. The first is permissive: a "positive" grant of rights and privileges, typically via a charter for a corporate entity, to engage in the business of banking.

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  • Jess Cheng & Joseph Cox & Courtney Demartini & Katherine Di Lucido & Meg Donovan & Nick Ehlert & Byoung Hwa Hwang & Asad Kudiya & Dan McGonegle & Stacey L. Schreft & Gavin Smith & Nicholas K. Tabor & , 2021. "Lessons from the History of the U.S. Regulatory Perimeter," FEDS Notes 2021-10-15-1, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.).
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedgfn:2021-10-15-1
    DOI: 10.17016/2380-7172.3007
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