1 edition of Wildcat banking practices and the development of state bank supervision found in the catalog.
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Wildcat banking refers to the practices of banks chartered under state law during the period of non-federally regulated state banking to in the United States, also known as the Free Banking Era. The many banks of this era were regulated by the states only, and "such restraints were infrequent and ineffective", (Krause Pubs, Standard Catalog of United States Paper Money, 22nd Edition.
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Free banking in the United States sometimes has been equated with wildcat banking, a name that suggests that opening a bank has much in common with drilling an oil well.
The author examines notorious instances of supposed wilcat banking and finds little evidence that free banks were imprudent, let alone financially reckless. database on bank regulation and supervision, it is natural to provide a fi rst assessment of which regulations and supervisor y practices are associated with successful outcome s across countries.
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The actual regulation of banking during this period varied from state to state. According to some sources, the term came from a bank in Michigan that issued private paper currency with the image of a wildcat.
After the bank failed, poorly backed bank notes became known as wildcat currency, and the banks that issued them as wildcat banks. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis: Pursuing an Economy that works for all of us.
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In many Western states it degenerated into "wildcat" banking because of the laxity and abuse of state laws. Bank notes were issued against little or no security, and credit was overexpanded; depressions brought waves of bank failures.
In particular, the multiplicity of state bank. national banks, state banking seemed to be on the way out. Conversions to national charter had been widespread, largely because of a prohibitive federal tax on bank-notes issued by state-chartered banks, and the number of commercial banks under state supervision throughout the country dwindled to From that low point,Author: Frank Wille.
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