Federal Reserve Board Liberalizes Rules for Investments in Banks

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The Federal Reserve Board (the ?Board?) yesterday issued eagerly anticipated guidelines for non-controlling, minority investments in banks and bank holding companies. The guidelines clarify and liberalize the conditions under which an investor can make a minority investment in a banking organization without being regulated as a bank holding company under the Bank Holding Company Act (?BHCA?). The guidelines should facilitate private equity fund investment in the financial services sector.

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