15 N.C. Banking Inst. [i] (2011)

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Banking Institute
VOLUME 15                                       MARCH 2011
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Home Mortgage Lending:
Past, Present, and Future.........JOSEPHA. SMTH, JR. 1
Perspectives on the Dodd-Frank
Wall Street Reform and
Consumer Protection Act....................EDITORIALBOARD 11
Dodd-Frank's Requirement of
Skin in the Game for
Asset-Backed Securities May Scalp
Corporate Loan Liquidity.........DAVID LINE BA 7TY 13
Stock Broker Fiduciary Duties
and the Impact of the
Dodd-Frank Act....   .....THOMASLEE HAZEN 47
The Dodd-Frank Act:
TARP Bailout Backlash and
Too Big to Fail..... ....LissA LAMKINBROOME 69
The Dodd-Frank Act: A New Deal
for a New Age?........  ....SAULE T. OMAROVA 83
Dodd-Frank, Regulatory Innovation,
and the Safety of Consumer
Financial Products....  ....MELISSA B. JACOBY 99
NOTES & COMMENTS
I. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
Rating Agency Reform:
Preserving the Registered Market for
Asset-Backed Securities.........BENJAMINH. BROWNLOW 111

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