Unformatted text preview: identifying and taking action in response to emerging risks in financial sectors and closing regulatory gaps; heightened prudential supervision of systemically important nonbank financial companies and large, interconnected bank holding companies; orderly liquidation of systemically important nonbank financial companies and bank holding companies; elimination of open assistance to preserve a failing insured depository institution; improved consumer financial protections and mortgage lending practices; and enhanced transparency and supervision of over-the-counter derivatives, swaps, and securities activities; and other investor protections. The Act significantly impacts the FDIC in its roles as supervisor, receiver, and deposit insurer, as well as making changes to the FDIC’s corporate structure. 3. How many New York State banks failed in 2010? There were 3 banks failed in 2010. Each bank is USA Bank, The Park Avenue Bank, LibertyPointe Bank....
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- Spring '11
- Accounting, Financial services, nonbank financial companies