Banking

Consideration of Banking Applications and Notices

, New York Law Journal

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In his Banking column, Michael T. Escue writes that the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System recently issued guidance that discusses various issues that may prevent the Federal Reserve from acting favorably on applications and notices submitted by banking organizations, along with describing the Federal Reserve's approach to processing applications and notices that present such issues.

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Originally appeared in print as Insight Regarding Consideration of Banking Applications and Notices

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