Eliminating the Federal Thrift Charter
CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE (U S CONGRESS) WASHINGTON DC
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This paper explains the current differences between commercial banks and savings associations. It also examines the ramifications and costs of eliminating the federal thrift charter. It was requested by the Chairman of the House Committee on Banking and Financial Services to assist the Congress as it deliberates modernizing the laws concerning financial institutions.
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