Banks could pay 23% of fund bailout

Rehm, Barbara A.
August 1995
American Banker;8/17/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 158, p1
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Reports on banks' possible payment of 23 percent of the cost of rebuilding the Savings Association Insurance Fund if the government's plan is adopted by the US Congress. Amount of thrift deposits owed by banks; Federal government's proposed rescue plan for the insurance fund centered on a one-time fee that will be levied against all thrift deposits.


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