Thursday, April 4, 2013

Deregulating Wall Street, Commercial Bank Penetration of the Corporate Securities Market

Deregulating Wall Street, Commercial Bank Penetration of the Corporate Securities Market 
by Ingo Walter (editor)

Book Description: John Wiley & Sons (Wiley-Interscience Publication), New York, 1985. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Hardcover, blue boards with gilt title to spine, First Edition, 1985, indexed, 315 pp.

Book Condition: Very Good, light wear to exterior, interior clean, bright and unmarked, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, light wear to edges, spine and cover light fading and light tanning, price intact, light soil,

Contents: 1. Introduction and Overview, 2. On the Expansion of Banking Powers, 3. Legislative History of Glass-Steagall Act, 4. An Economic Evaluation of Bank Securities Before 1933, 5. An Analysis of the Competitive Effects of Allowing Commercial Bank Affiliates to Underwrite Corporate Securities, 7. Bank Safety and Soundness and the Risks of Corporate Securities Activities, 8. Conflicts of Interest: An Economic View, 9. Conflicts of Interest: A Legal View, 10. A View from the International Capital, 11. Summary and Implications for Policy, Index. -- end.

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