Thrift trade group asks `clean' fund rescue

de Senerpont Domis, Olaf
August 1996
American Banker;8/29/1996, Vol. 161 Issue 166, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on America's Community Bankers' warning to lawmakers against complicating with unrelated issues legislation to shore up the Savings Association Insurance Fund. US House Banking Committee's approval of a thrift fund rescue in July 1996; Criticism of a compromise rule that would make the thrifts pay the bulk of the interest due on Financing Corp. bonds for three more years.


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