The S&L Debacle: Public Policy Lessons for Bank and Thrift Regulation

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Index
Accounting, 3-6, 8, 32, 36-38, 42, 45, 93, 125. 130, 260-61. See also Dynamic accounting; Generally accepted accounting principles; Market value accounting; Regurlatory accounting principles
Acquirers. See Disposals of thrifts
Adjustable rate mortgage (ARM), 65, 72-74, 214-15, 241, 256-57, 264 n.8
American Savings of Stockton, California, 138, 145 n.33, 172 n.26, 173 n.34, 174 n.52
Arizona, 100
Arkansas, 89, 110, 192
ARM. See Adjustable rate mortgage
Assistance agreement, by the FSLIC, 163, 168
"Bailout, " as a misleading characterization, 5, 148, 160-64, 180-81, 261-62
Bank. See more specific topics
Bank Board. See Federal Home Loan Bank Board
Bank Holding Company Acts of 1956 and 1970, 171 n.17, 241-42
Bank Insurance Fund (BIF), 14, 23 n.1, 35, 46 n.5, 48 n.31, 178, 186
Banking Act of 1933, 53
Basel agreement on net worth levels, 129, 215
Bass, Robert, 148, 172 n.26, 174 n.52
Beatty, Warren, 180
Bell Savings of San Mateo, California, 174 n.52
Beverly Hills Savings of Beverly Hills, California, 134
BIF. See Bank Insurance Fund
Bloomfield Savings of Birmingham, Michigan, 101
Bonnie and Clyde, 180
British building societies, 65
"Broadway Boogie Woogie, " 25, 189
Brokered deposits, 7, 77, 104, 125- 28, 142 n.6, 142 n.9
Bush administration and the FIRREA, 175-76, 179-83, 187, 189, 196, 198, 200 n.2 future actions needed, 5, 231, 262- 63
Bush, George, 8, 175-76, 188
California, 6, 46 n.7, 65, 73, 117, 192
Call option by the FSLIC in its 1988 transactions, 159, 169 by regulators, 40, 248 n.24
Capital. See Net worth
"Capital loss coverage." See "Covered assets"
Capra, Frank, 61
Carter administration, 72, 82
CD. See Certificate of Deposit
CEBA. See Competitive Equality Banking Act of 1987
Certificate of deposit (CD), 67-70, 79-80, 127, 166-67, 174 n.45, 236. See also Brokered deposits; Jumbo deposits
Chinese Walls, in FHLBs, 130, 143 n.18, 186
Chrysler Corp., 172-73 n.30
Civil penalties, 179, 188, 218-19
Clearinghouses, 250 n.49
Coelho, Tony, 200-201 n.9
Co-insurance, 212, 216, 219, 235-37
Colorado, 192

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