简体版 繁體版 English
登録 ログイン

banking actsの例文

例文モバイル版
  • The Glass Steagall Act was a part of the 1933 Banking Act.
  • The Banking Act of 1935 extended that deadline to July 1, 1936.
  • Initially, an Islamic Banking Act was enacted to cater for this system.
  • The Banking Act was a supplement to the previous acts related to banking.
  • The Banking Act of 1935 clarified and otherwise amended Glass Steagall.
  • -- Community development banking act, creates " non-traditional " lending institutions for inner-city areas.
  • The House formally approved the Community Banking Act on Thursday.
  • In 1976 the Banking Act increased the supervisory role of the Bank of England.
  • On June 16, 1933, President Franklin D . Roosevelt signed the Banking Act of 1933.
  • When Congress convened on March 9, Roosevelt sent the Emergency Banking Act to the House.
  • A week later, the Emergency Banking Act was passed.
  • Much of his plan was incorporated into the National Banking Acts of 1863 and 1864.
  • Carter Glass became dissatisfied with the 1933 Banking Act's separation of commercial and investment banking.
  • He is primarily known for his work to devise the National Banking Act of 1863.
  • For full coverage of the 1933 Banking Act, see the main article, Banking Act of 1933.
  • A new banking act in July 1993 created a unified regulatory framework for all credit institutions.
  • The key piece of legislation that led to this reality was the Banking Act of 1935.
  • -- Interstate banking act, which allows nation-wide banking.
  • For full coverage of the 1933 Banking Act, see the main article, Banking Act of 1933.
  • Soon the RFC was able to buy bank preferred stock with the Emergency Banking Act of 1933.
  • もっと例文:  1  2  3