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a company with controlling shares in other companies

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At the time of the AJCA's enactment, most commentators and tax professionals were of the opinion that the AJCA provisions as originally written applied only to banks and not to bank holding companies.
Also, mutual holding companies aren't answerable to the market on a quarterly basis to the same extent as stock companies.
The revised Regulation Y (12 CFR 225, appendix D) that was approved by the Board on November 8, 2001 (effective January 1, 2002), which amended the tier 1 leverage measure of the capital adequacy guidelines for bank holding companies for agreements involving recourse, direct-credit substitutes, and residual interests.
By the time the Bank Holding Company Act of 1970 was passed, the Fed acted as if supervision of holding companies was its birthright, without which it could not make sound monetary policy or prevent systemic collapse.
Proxy Contests for Control of Savings Institutions and Holding Companies
London is now the Global centre of Mining and the ability of the five new United Kingdom Mining Holding Companies to raise significant funding will be hugely increased.
The update includes the new surveillance program for small bank holding companies with total consolidated assets of less than $1 billion.
In addition, the GLB Act permits financial holding companies to engage in other activities that the Board determines, in consultation with the Secretary of the Treasury, to be "financial in nature or incidental to a financial activity.
Foreign multinational corporations frequently use Netherlands holding companies for various business reasons, as well as foreign tax reasons.
Schroeder, President and CEO of German American Bancorp, remarked, "We are extremely pleased that the customers, employees and shareholders of Peoples share our confidence in the future of German American Bancorp as one of our state's leading independent bank holding companies dedicated to community banking ideals.
Part 225, its Regulation Y (Bank Holding Companies and Change in Bank Control).
Registered holding companies typically provide shared services to itself and its subsidiaries through a services company.
The rule implements provisions of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act that permit financial holding companies to make investments as part of a bona fide securities underwriting or merchant or investment banking activity.
The Federal Reserve Board has certified SinoPac Holdings and Bank SinoPac, both of Taipei, Taiwan, and SinoPac Bancorp of Los Angeles as United States financial holding companies, the first Asian-based banking organizations to qualify in the U.
Part 225, its Regulation Y (Bank Holding Companies and Change in Bank Control), by adding acting as a finder to the list of activities that a financial holding company may conduct using the streamlined post-transaction notice procedure authorized by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.