Runs on deposits will rise if FDIC is first at the table in bank liquidations

Lowy, Martin
July 1993
American Banker;7/21/1993, Vol. 158 Issue 138, p5
Trade Publication
Comments on the proposal in congress in giving preference to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. in bank liquidations. Major changes in banking laws; Liquidity problems; Cost of bank failures; Invitation to runs.


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