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Bank Holding Companies & Government Support Issues



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During the 2007-09 financial crisis, the federal government's actions to stabilize the financial system provided funding support and other benefits to bank holding companies and their subsidiaries. Agencies introduced new programs with broad-based eligibility that provided funding support to eligible institutions, which included entities that were part of a bank holding company and others. Programs that provided the most significant support directly to bank holding companies or their subsidiaries included Department of the Treasury capital investment programs, Federal Reserve System lending programs, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) guarantee programs. The federal government extended unprecedented support to financial institutions to stabilise financial markets during the financial crisis. While these actions helped to avert a more severe crisis, they raised questions about the appropriate scope of government safety nets for financial institutions. This book examines actual government support for banks and bank holding companies during the financial crisis; and recent statutory and regulatory changes related to government support for banks and bank holding companies. It also examines how financial reforms have altered market expectations of government rescues and the existence or size of funding advantages the largest bank holding companies may have received due to perceived government support.

Product code: 9781634636872

ISBN 9781634636872
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H260xW180
No. Of Pages 135
Publisher Nova Science Publishers Inc