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North Carolina Banking Institute Journal

Volume 17
Citation: 17 N.C. Banking Inst. (2013)

ARTICLES

Domestic Bank Regulation in a Global Environment - A Comparative Dialogue
LISSA BROOME, CHRIS BRUMMER, MICHAEL HELFER, ROBERT HOCKETT, CYRUS AMIR-MOKRI, AND NICK O'NEILL 1

Sweeping Away the Cobwebs: North Carolina's Banking Law Modernization Act
E. KNOX PROCTOR V AND TODD H. EVESON 29

After the Dodd-Frank Industrial Loan Company Moratorium: What's Next?
V. GERARD COMIZIO 99

NOTES & COMMENTS

LEGISLATION AND REGULATION

Only Fools Rush In: Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation and the PCAOB
SARAH A. CORE 137

Equator Principles III: A Hard Look at Soft Law
JOSHUA A. LANCE 175

Regulation of Microfinance in the United States: Following a Peruvian Model
MATTHEW A. PIERCE 201

The LIBOR Scandal and Litigation: How the Manipulation of LIBOR Could Invalidate Financial Contracts
C. COWDEN W. RAYBURN 221

Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Only Mega Banks Need Apply
ERNEST L. SIMONS IV 249

CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU

Silence Isn't Golden: The CFPB's Privilege Rule and the Risk of Failure Under Chevron Step One
JACOB M. GERBER 275

Mounting a Judicial Challenge to President Barack Obama's Recess Appoint of Richard Cordray: The Constitutional Mandate of Standing
S. AUSTIN KING 305

NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY BANKS

North Carolina Community Banks: Survival Strategies for Turbulent Times
ADAM R. LEWIS 333

EARLY STAGE SMALL BUSINESS INVESTMENT

Early Stage SBICs: A New Source of Capital for Private Investors, Equity for Start-Ups, and Possible Volcker Rule Exemption for Banks
ETHAN D. DUNN 357

BANK LIABILITY FOR ONLINE FRAUD

Increased Bank Liability for Online Fraud: The Effect of Patco Construction Co. v. People's United Bank
ROBERT K. BURROW 381

BOOK REVIEW

The Price of Inequality and the 2005 Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Act
BRENDAN A. CAPPIELLO 401

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