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Fall 2016
LAW109  A  BANKING LAW I

Course Description
The course serves as an introduction to the law governing Federal regulation of banks and systemically significant nonbank financial companies. The course will cover the basic statutes governing the chartering of national banks, the Federal Reserve system, deposit insurance, and depository institution holding companies, as well as the provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 governing the designation and regulation of nonbank financial companies which are determined to be systemically significant. Emphasis is placed on the rules governing the activities permissible for different kinds of depository institutions, and companies affiliated with depository institutions, prudential regulations to protect the safety and soundness of institutions, and capital requirements imposed on institutions by Federal law and by the Basel Committee on Bank Supervision.

Course Schedule
Dates Day Time Room
08-17-2016 - 11-29-2016   TR  2:00 PM-3:20 PM F209

Course Frequency
This course is usually offered once every academic year

Course Information

Credits: 3
Pass/Fail Option: Yes
Prerequisite:
Grading: Graded
Method of Evaluation: Exam
Graduation Requirements Fulfilled By Course:
General
Special Attributes: None
Special Restrictions:
Law Track(s):
Business & Taxation - Specialized
Government & Regulation - Specialized
Bar Subject(s): None
Concentration(s): None

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Professor(s)

LANGBEIN, STANLEY


Biography
Contact Information:
Email: slangbei@law.miami.edu
Phone: (305)284-2637
Office: G379