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The Separation of Commercial and Investment Banking: the Glass-Steagall ACT Revisited and Reconsidered

by Benston, George J. A

  • ISBN: 9780195208306
  • ISBN10: 0195208307

The Separation of Commercial and Investment Banking: the Glass-Steagall ACT Revisited and Reconsidered

by Benston, George J. A

  • List Price: $60.00
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publish date: 01/01/1990
  • ISBN: 9780195208306
  • ISBN10: 0195208307
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Description: List of Tables 1. Introduction I A Very Brief History of the Act II A Brief History and Overview of the Book III The Provisions of the Glass-Steagall Act IV The Generally Accepted Rationale for the Separation of Commerical and Investment Banking V Summary of the Rationale for the Legislation and Outline of the Present Inquiry 2. Sources and Contents of Information: Pre-Glass-Steagall 3. Evidence on the Risk of Losses I Allegations of Risks Caused by Banks' Securities Operations II Speculations About Risks Listed in Part 7, Chapter IV of the Glass Subcommittee Hearings III Evidence on Risks Given in the Glass Subcommittee Hearings IV The Failure of the Bank of United States V Failure of Banks that Conducted Securities Operations Compared with Other Banks VI Securities Affiliates and the Securities Holdings and Consequent Failure of Allied or Other Banks VII Conclusions 4. Conflicts of Interest and Abuses I Sources of Data II General and Often Incorrect and Misleading Allegations of Conflicts of Interest and Abuses III The Charges Against National City Bank and Mitchell IV The Charges Against Chase National Bank and Wiggin V Unloading Excess or Bad Securities on Bank Trust Departments by Securities Affiliates VI Conflicts of Interest and Abuse By and Through Commercial Bank-Sponsered Trusts and Investment Companies VII Summary and Conclusions Appendix - Allegations Not Relevant to Glass-Steagall 5. Securities Services: Improper Banking I Senator Bulkley's Conception of The Proper Role of Commercial Banking II The Performance of Securities Underwritten by Bank Affiliates III Securities Underwritten by the National City Company. IV The Performance of Commercial-Bank-Sponsored Investment Trusts, Companies, and Funds. V Conclusions. 6. Restraints on Competition and Political Necessity as Explanations 7. Commercial Banks' Federal 'Safety Net' I Federal Deposit Insurance II Federal Reserve Bank Discount Window Loans III Federal Reserve Intervention to Prevent a Banking System Crisis or Failure IV Government Intervention to Prevent Disruptions Due to the Failure of Financial Service Firms Generally V The Additional Risk or Risk Reduction of Banks' Securities Activities VI Evidence on the Risk of Combining Commerical and Investment Banking VII Methods of Constraining Excessive Risk-Taking by Banks VIII Summary and Conclusions 8. Concern for Unfair Competition I Lower Cost of Funds (including Underpriced Deposit Insurance and the Protection of the Federal 'Safety Net') II Tax Deductibility of Carrying Costs III Captive Markets IV Unequal Powers - Commercial v. Investment Banking 9. Concentration of Power and Performance I Pre-Glass-Steagall Act II Current Concerns about Securities Underwriting III Current Concerns About Commercial Bank Trusts and Corporate Equities IV Conclusions 10. Universal Banking I Imputed Advantages and Disadvantages of Universal Compared to Specialised Banking II Summary and Overall Conclusions 11. Other Reasons for Glass-Steagall I Senator Glass's Beliefs II The Failure of the Bank of United States III The 1930s Banking Crisis IV Mis-statements by Senator Glass and Damaging Publicity from the Pecora Hearings V The Self-Interest of Many Commercial and Investment Bankers Appendix: Securities Activitie
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