20 N.C. Banking Inst. [i] (2016)

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                North Carolina

              Banking Institute
 VOLUME 20                                   MARCH 2016

                        CONTENTS

ARTICLES

      The Future of Community
      Banking....       ..   ..............ANTHONY GAETA, JR. I

      De Novo Banks:
        Viable Business Model Or
        Quaint Relic From  the Past? ................................. RAYGRA CE  7

      New Wine Into Old Bottles:
        Fintech Meets the Bank
        Regulatory World ................................ JOHNL. DOUGLAS  17

      Chapter 2 in the History of CMBS:
        Coming to Terms with
        the New Rules ........................................... ALAN  KRONOVET
                                      CHRIS VAN HEERDEN 67

      Leveraged Lending Guidance
      and Enforcement:
        M oving the Fulcrum  ...................................... PETER WEBB  91

      The Dodd-Frank Act is Working
      and Will Protect the American
      People If It is Not Killed Before
        Fully Implemented ...................... DENNIS M KELLEHER
                                       STEPHEN W. HALL
                                         FRANK MED1NA 127

NOTES & COMMENTS

I. Bank Compliance

      Customer Due Diligence:
        FinCEN and the Beneficial
        Ownership Requirement for
        Legal Entity Customers ............................. ADAMS. CoTo  145

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