The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991 contains several sections dealing with the regulation of foreign banks in the United States. In this Article, Professor Lichenstein gives a critical analysis of the new foreign-bank legislation. After arguing that these legislative changes do not adequately address the emerging financial marketplace, Professor Lichtenstein offers a modest proposal for revising the U.S. regulatory structure.
Cynthia C. Lichtenstein,
U.S. Restructuring Legislation: Revising the International Banking Act of 1978, for the Worse?,
60 Fordham L. Rev. S37
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