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North Carolina Banking Institute Journal

Volume 8
Citation: 8 N.C. Banking Inst. (2004)

ARTICLES

The Federal Reserve's Proposed Interpretation Regarding the Anti-Tying Restrictions of Section 106 of the Bank Holding Company Act Amendments of 1970
Richard K. Kim 1

Federal Preemption and the Challenge to Maintain Balance in the Dual Banking System
Robert C. Eager and C. F. Muckenfuss, III 21

Financial Literacy, Regulation and Consumer Welfare
Joseph A. Smith, Jr. 77

Operational Risk in Basel II
Michael E. Bleier 101

The Legal Giants that Propelled North Carolina Banks to National Prominence: Paul J. Polking, Marion A. Cowell, and Jerone C. Herring
Lissa L. Broome 119

NOTES & COMMENTS

I. New Regulations Affecting the Banking Industry

HIPAA: Demystifying the Implications for Financial Institutions
Jessica M. Lewis 141

Problems with Potential Application of Selected Provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 to Small, Non-Public Banking Organizations
Jonathan A. Treadway 165

The New Rule 10b-18: How the Wachovia Merger Continues to Plague the Future of the Banking Industry
James E. Langston, Jr. 191

II. Tying Restrictions

Tying: Enhancing Competition Through the Banking Holding Company
David R. Kinman 215

III. Financial Accounting and Derivatives

The Citigroup and J.P. Morgan Chase Enron Settlements: The Impact on the Financial Services Industry
Vaughn K. Reynolds 247

The Proposed Regulatory Changes to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: An Analysis
Jason T. Strickland 267

The Dark Side of Derivatives: A Book Note on Infectious Greed: How Deceit and Risk Corrupted the Financial Markets by Frank Partnoy
Monica S. Tew 289

IV. Bank Corporate Structure

Should the IRS Continue to Deny Banks the Benefits of the LLC Structure?
T. Scott Kummer 325

V. Consumer Protection Issues

Bounce Protection: Payday Lending in Sheep's Clothing?
Owen B. Asplundh 349

Preemption and the North Carolina Predatory Lending Law
C. Bailey King, Jr. 377

Third Circuit's Decision in Roberts v. Fleet Bank: Thinking Outside of the "Schumer Box" or "Consumerism Gone Berserk"?
John A. Marold 399

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