Thrift group near victory that could be its last

Fox, Justin
September 1995
American Banker;9/25/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 184, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the House and Senate Banking committees' passage of different versions of a Savings Association Insurance Fund rescue plan, a legislation that has been the top priority of the thrift trade group America's Community Bankers headed by Paul Schosberg. Payment by thrifts of a one-time 85-basis-point fee on their deposits to bring insurance fund's reserves up to the legal minimum.


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