Bank holding company

Mondo Visione  Nov 28  Comment 
First Deputy Comptroller of the Currency Keith A. Noreika today discussed whether bank holding companies are obsolete, during a forum hosted by the American Enterprise Institute, entitled “Is the Bank Holding Company Act obsolete?” During his...
Motley Fool  Jan 3  Comment 
A branch sale to a Hancock Holding subsidiary may help First NBC Bank bolster its balance sheet.
Banking Business Review  Aug 9  Comment 
Community Business Bank announced that it has received all regulatory and shareholder approvals necessary for the reorganization of the Bank and CBBC Bancorp, a bank holding company for the Bank.
Mondo Visione  Apr 7  Comment 
The Federal Reserve Board on Thursday proposed technical amendments to its rule requiring global systemically important bank holding companies (GSIBs) to hold additional amounts of risk-based capital. The proposal would not materially change the...
Mondo Visione  Feb 17  Comment 
The OFR released a brief analyzing new data about the nation’s most systemically important bank holding companies — financial institutions whose failure could pose the greatest threat to the international financial system. The brief, which...
Mondo Visione  Jul 31  Comment 
SIFMA today issued the following statement from Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr., in response to the Government Accountability Office's report entitled "Large Bank Holding Companies: Expectations of Government Support": "The GAO's report finds that any...
Mondo Visione  Aug 19  Comment 
Large bank holding companies have considerably improved their capital planning processes in recent years, but have more work to do to enhance their practices for assessing the capital they need to withstand stressful economic and financial...
Banking Business Review  Apr 10  Comment 
US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has sued Franklin Bank Corp former chief executives for misleading investors about loan quality and financial health during the financial crisis.


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A bank holding company, in the U.S., is any corporation which controls one or more banks. Control, as defined in the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, refers to having 25% or more ownership votes in a U.S. bank.

See also holding company

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