The third edition of Banking and Financial Services Law is extensively recast in light of the significant restructuring of financial services regulation as a result of the enactment of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. The casebook takes a fully integrated, problem-oriented approach to the subject. With its focus on the interactions and crossovers within the financial services industry, it offers students and professors an opportunity to explore the issues that are redefining law and regulation in this area. It covers supervision and regulation of the full range of the depository institutions industry—commercial banks, savings associations, credit unions, and other financial services firms including securities and insurance companies.
The book contains over 460 detailed problems and notes that are accessible yet challenging. The problems and notes have been repeatedly tested and refined over the course of almost thirty years of intensive teaching at five different schools.
Malloy has included an extensive bibliography keyed to the subject matter of each chapter. The book is designed to serve either as a casebook for a standard course in financial services regulation or as a basic reading-and-resource text for an advanced seminar. A Statutory Supplement is available, and an electronic Teacher's Manual offers hand-in-hand guidance to the themes and issues covered by the casebook and detailed practical explanations of every problem and note.