Becomes insolvent the improvement act restricts the

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becomes insolvent. The Improvement Act restricts the ability of regulatory agencies to prop up a troubled bank with government loans when it really should be closed. Current rules require that problem banks either raise more capital from their stockholders or be turned over to a receiver (usually the FDIC) to sell off their assets.
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Chapter 14 - The Commercial Banking Industry: Structure, Products, and Management 5. What changes are underway in bank technology with what effects?
6. What are the principal uses of commercial bank funds? Major sources of funds?
7. What new sources and uses of funds have been developed in banking recently?
8. Explain how securitization of loans helps a bank raise new funds.

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