Banking Law Treatises
Bank Holding Company Compliance Manual
Joseph G. Beckford
This book is designed to assist bank holding companies operating within the regulatory limits of the Bank Holding Company Act and other laws administered by the Federal Reserve Board. Chapters 1-5 contain blank forms and models of completed forms relating to the applications and notice requirements described in those chapters. Chapter 9 sets forth guidelines to assist compliance officers in developing and administering a compliance program. Updated twice a year in Lexis.
Banking and Financial Institutions Law in a Nutshell
William Anthony Lovett
Providing a basic overview of banking law, this study aid touches on all forms of financial institutions from banks to credit unions to savings and loans.
Banking Crimes: Fraud, Money Laundering, and Embezzlement.
John K. Villa
Bank bribery, bank secrecy, mail and wire fraud, money laundering and the right to financial privacy are just a few of the crimes analyzed in this comprehensive guide to laws governing crimes against banking and financial institutions.
Ann Graham, et al.
This multi-volume set is a comprehensive treatment of banking law. It is designed to enable attorneys and professionals representing or dealing with commercial banks to keep up to date on the frequent and significant changes in the legal requirements governing the business of commercial banking. The discussions and analyses as well as the relevant statutes and regulations contained in its appendices are kept current through periodic updates online.
Georgetown Law last updated its print copy in 2008.
Banking Law & Regulation
Michael P. Malloy
Comprehensive 3-volume treatise which covers issues such as the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act (FIRREA) of 1989 and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Act of 1991. Also contains charts, graphs and chronological regulatory developments following the passage of FIRREA. Updated with supplements twice a year.
Georgetown Law ceased its print subscription in 2011.
Federal Banking Law Reporter
An eight-volume looseleaf service, with detailed coverage of federal laws and regulations related to banks and thrift institutions. It is supplemented weekly and contains binders with the full text of all banking laws as codified in Title 12 of the U.S. Code and all federal banking regulations.
Georgetown Law's print subscription last updated in 2008.
Financial Product Fundamentals: Law, Business, Compliance
Clifford E. Kirsch
Since this treatise is a basic introduction to the variety of financial instruments available, it discusses the spectrum of financial instruments that raise capital, manage risk, and provide a medium for investments, including mutual funds, closed-end investment companies, unit investment trusts, money market funds, college savings programs, hedge funds, international investment funds, commodity pools, and real estate investment funds. Sample forms are included. Updated with new looseleaf pages.
Georgetown Law ceased its print subscription in 2007.
The Law and Practice of International Banking.
This 2010 treatise covers international regulatory matters, merger, reorganization and insolvency of banks, the banker-customer relationship, the bank as service provider, guarantees and security, selected cross-border issues and Islamic Finance.
Michie on Banks and Banking
With 13 volumes, this set provides encyclopedic coverage of case law focusing on the organization, functions, rights, duties, powers and liabilities of banks and other financial institutions..
Georgetown Law's print subscription last updated in 2004.
Principles of Bank Regulation.
Michael P. Malloy
The graphical figures throughout this concise treatise offer a unique view of the regulatory world of banking. The interplay between regulatory agencies and contemporary developments in the regulatory law are emphasized.