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In Memoriam: Alfred Pershing (A.P.) Carlton, Jr., North Carolina Banking Institute 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

In Memoriam: Alfred Pershing (A.P.) Carlton, Jr., North Carolina Banking Institute

North Carolina Banking Institute

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Contents, North Carolina Banking Institute 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Contents, North Carolina Banking Institute

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Counselor At Law And Post-Legal Issues, David G. Leitch 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Counselor At Law And Post-Legal Issues, David G. Leitch

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Addressing The Fundamental Banking Policy Problem Of Runs: Effectively Subordinating Large Amounts Of Long-Term Debt To Short-Term Debt To End "Too-Big-To-Fail", John C. Dugan 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Addressing The Fundamental Banking Policy Problem Of Runs: Effectively Subordinating Large Amounts Of Long-Term Debt To Short-Term Debt To End "Too-Big-To-Fail", John C. Dugan

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Toward A Coherent And Consistent Framework For Treatment Of Confidential Supervisory Information, Clifford S. Stanford 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Toward A Coherent And Consistent Framework For Treatment Of Confidential Supervisory Information, Clifford S. Stanford

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


The Evolution Of Redlining Post-Financial Crisis And Best Practices For Financial Institutions, Martha J. Svoboda 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

The Evolution Of Redlining Post-Financial Crisis And Best Practices For Financial Institutions, Martha J. Svoboda

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


A Snake Eating Its Own Tail: The Self-Defeating Nature Of An Overly Broad Implementation Of Section 1071, Stephen Michael Spivey 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

A Snake Eating Its Own Tail: The Self-Defeating Nature Of An Overly Broad Implementation Of Section 1071, Stephen Michael Spivey

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Is It A Violation Of The Equal Credit Opportunity Act To Require A Spouse To Guarantee A Loan? If Not, It Should Be, Katherine S. Clarke 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Is It A Violation Of The Equal Credit Opportunity Act To Require A Spouse To Guarantee A Loan? If Not, It Should Be, Katherine S. Clarke

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Populist Conundrum: Big Banks Or Plaintiffs' Bar? Banks Win As Congress Overrides The Cfpb Rule Banning Class Action Waivers In Arbitration Agreements, Rebecca D. Floyd 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Populist Conundrum: Big Banks Or Plaintiffs' Bar? Banks Win As Congress Overrides The Cfpb Rule Banning Class Action Waivers In Arbitration Agreements, Rebecca D. Floyd

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


The Cfpb's Ambiguous "Abusive" Standard, Joshua L. Roquemore 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

The Cfpb's Ambiguous "Abusive" Standard, Joshua L. Roquemore

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Tying Fiduciary Duties To Student Loans: One Small Step Out Of The Massive Debt, Sean R. Whelehan 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Tying Fiduciary Duties To Student Loans: One Small Step Out Of The Massive Debt, Sean R. Whelehan

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Nydfs Cybersecurity Regulations: A Blueprint For Uniform State Statute?, Sabrina Galli 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Nydfs Cybersecurity Regulations: A Blueprint For Uniform State Statute?, Sabrina Galli

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


The Case For A Federal Regulatory Sandbox For Fintech Companies, Luke G. Thomas 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

The Case For A Federal Regulatory Sandbox For Fintech Companies, Luke G. Thomas

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Death Of A Benchmark: The Fall Of Libor And The Rise Of Alternative Rates In The United Kingdom And United States, Christopher J. Click 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Death Of A Benchmark: The Fall Of Libor And The Rise Of Alternative Rates In The United Kingdom And United States, Christopher J. Click

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Kokesh V. Sec: The Demise Of Disgorgement, Jacqueline K. Chang 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Kokesh V. Sec: The Demise Of Disgorgement, Jacqueline K. Chang

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Expression Yourself: An Analysis Of The Interaction Between The Durbin Amendment And New York Surcharge Ban Of The New York General Business Law, Peter J. Cline 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Expression Yourself: An Analysis Of The Interaction Between The Durbin Amendment And New York Surcharge Ban Of The New York General Business Law, Peter J. Cline

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Grandfathered Into Commerce: Assessing The Federal Reserve's Proposed Rules Limiting Physical Commodities Activities Of Financial Holding Companies, Patrick Conlon 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Grandfathered Into Commerce: Assessing The Federal Reserve's Proposed Rules Limiting Physical Commodities Activities Of Financial Holding Companies, Patrick Conlon

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Hedging With "Financial Weapons Of Mass Destruction": Cleaning Up The Fallout Of Treating All Derivative Transactions Between Bank Affiliates The Same, Patrick D. Morris 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Hedging With "Financial Weapons Of Mass Destruction": Cleaning Up The Fallout Of Treating All Derivative Transactions Between Bank Affiliates The Same, Patrick D. Morris

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Investors' Trash, Taxpayers' Treasure: The Banco Popular Wipeout And Contingent Convertible Bonds, Joanne Wu 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Investors' Trash, Taxpayers' Treasure: The Banco Popular Wipeout And Contingent Convertible Bonds, Joanne Wu

North Carolina Banking Institute

No abstract provided.


Regulating Complacency: Human Limitations And Legal Efficacy, Steven L. Schwarcz 2018 Duke University School of Law

Regulating Complacency: Human Limitations And Legal Efficacy, Steven L. Schwarcz

Notre Dame Law Review

This Article examines how insights into limited human rationality can improve financial regulation. The Article identifies four categories of limitations—herd behavior, cognitive biases, overreliance on heuristics, and a proclivity to panic—that undermine the perfect-market regulatory assumptions that parties have full information and will act in their rational self-interest. The Article then analyzes how insights into these limitations can be used to correct resulting market failures. Requiring more robust disclosure and due diligence, for example, can help to reduce reliance on misleading information cascades that motivate herd behavior. Debiasing through law, such as requiring more specific, poignant, and concrete ...


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