Rep. Leach's quick-fix plan to avert fico bond default

Rehm, Barbara A.
March 1996
American Banker;3/18/1996, Vol. 161 Issue 52, p4
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Reports that in a speech to America's Community Bankers, Iowa Republican, Jim Leach said he did not think legislation bailing out the Savings Association Insurance Fund would pass in 1996. Leach's proposals for paying off bonds; Reaction by thrift executives.


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