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Insider-Lending Laws and Compliance Considerations for Financial Institutions

January 12, 2022

Extensions of credit to insiders are scrutinized heavily by regulatory authorities who are on the lookout for poor management, neglect, and abuse. Insider lending includes extensions of credit to individuals, parent companies, subsidiaries, and any other company controlled by an insured depository institution. Stay abreast of promulgated rules and regulations that govern extensions of credit to insiders.

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