George Mason University Law School Banking and Electronic Financial Services Regulation Summer 2002 Vartanian, Ledig & Bruneau, 21st Century Money, Banking & Commerce (21st Century Banking”) Macey, Miller & Carnell, Banking Law and Regulation (“Banking Law”) Course Outline May 20 Introduction – Key Issues in Financial Services Regulation May 22 Historical Overview, What is a Bank? Bank Runs, the Money Supply and the Payments System, Structure of Bank Regulation 21st Century pp. 11-24 Banking Law pp. 1- 117 May 27 Memorial Day No class May 29 Activities Restrictions, Limitations on Investments Banking Law pp. 122- 171 21st Century pp. 131-148 June 3 Safety and Soundness Safeguards: Capital, Prompt Corrective Action, Prudential Restrictions Banking Law pp. 275 - 342 June 5 Anti-Money Laundering, Anti- Terrorism 21st Century pp. 295 –315, 357 - 361 June 10 Affiliations Between Banks and Other Companies Banking Law pp. 427 - 508 June 12 Insurance Powers of Banking Institutions, Securities Powers of Banking Institutions Banking Law pp. 511- 588 June 17 Internet Value Transfer Systems; Stored Value/Electronic Money 21st Century pp. 646 - 735 June 19 Privacy 21st Century pp. 377 – 497 June 24 The Confluence of International, Federal and State Jurisdiction Over Internet Commerce 21st Century pp. 540 – 597 June 26 Internet Agreements and Alliances Materials to be distributed July 1 Fair Lending Banking Law pp. 172-198 July 3 Examination and Enforcement Banking Law pp. 639-721 July 8 Class Recap For more information on banking and electronic financial services regulation, visit www.ffhsj.com/bancmail/bancpage.htm. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 639-7016.
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