Fundamentals of Banking Law and Regulation (2004)
This program is designed for those seeking an understanding of how banks are regulated. The course provides an overview of American banking law, including an examination of the structure and regulatory scheme of the banking system. The faculty highlights the range of activities in which banks may operate as well as those areas still off-limits to banks. Finally, how banks may expand and diversify is explored by the experienced faculty. This course should provide a valuable background to lawyers who counsel banks and other financial institutions as well as any other clients whose affairs bring them into the realm of banking and its governing laws.
· Historical Background
· What Banks Can and Cannot Do
· Banking Expansion and Diversification
David L. Glass,
Total MCLE Credits 6.0
Ethics MCLE Credits 0.0
* Each additional person who uses the tapes for MCLE credit must purchase a copy of the “MCLE coursebook.”
* This recording already includes one copy of the MCLE course materials. Course materials provided electronically for all CLE Online Programs, and for CD/DVD Programs from 2010 and later. CD/DVD Programs prior to 2010 include a printed copy of the course materials.