121 Banking L.J. [i] (2004)

handle is hein.journals/blj121 and id is 1 raw text is: THE BANKING LAW
JOURNAL
VOLUME 121            NUMBER 1             JANUARY 2004
HEADNOTE: GETTING REPAID
Steven A. Meyerowitz                               1
WHAT DUTY DO COMPANY DIRECTORS OWE TO BANKS AND
OTHER CREDITORS?
John M. Sjovall                                    4
BANKRUPTCY SALES: A BANKER'S GUIDE
Keith Charles Owens                               22
WHAT BANKS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DEBTOR-IN-
POSSESSION SECURITIZATIONS
Lisa Hill Fenning, Christopher DiAngelo and Christopher Caperton  33
RISK-BASED CAPITAL TREATMENT OF ABCP PROGRAMS AND
POSSIBLE CAPITAL CHARGE FOR EARLY AMORTIZATIONS
James J. Croke and Peter C. Manbeck               40
THE FAILURE OF SUPERIOR BANK FSB: REGULATORY
LESSONS LEARNED
Christian A. Johnson                              47
TECHNOLOGY, LAW, AND BANKING
James F. Bauerle                                  68
AUDIT COMMITTEES
Christopher J. Zinski                             77
BANKING BRIEFS
Donald R. Cassling                                87

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