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Bank Regulation and Commercial Lending

March 29, 2022 (1 min read)

Understanding the various forms and laws attributable to bank financing can be time consuming. Bank financing can take several forms, including commercial loans, repurchase agreements, and securities borrowing transactions, all of which are subject to regulation at the federal and state levels. This practice note will help you gain an overview of the regulations and other supervisory policies that restrict and influence commercial lending by banks.


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