Volume 9
Citation: 9 N.C. Banking Inst. (2005)

ARTICLES

"Silent" Second Liens - Will Bankruptcy Courts Keep the Peace?
David Line Batty and Jo Ann J. Brighton 1

Payroll Cards: Would You Like Your Pay with Those Fries?
Beth S. DeSimone and Carrie A. O'Brien 35

Recent Developments in Bank Secrecy Act Enforcement
Robert S. Pasley 61

The First One Hundred Years of Banking in North Carolina
Lissa Lamkin Broome 103

NOTES & COMMENTS

I. Consumer Protection Issues

Fixing Payday Lending: The Potential of Greater Bank Involvement
Michael Bertics 133

Protecting Consumers from Consumer Credit Counseling
John Hurst 159

Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act: The Impact on Consumers
Andrea McGlinn 179

Will Regulators Burst the Prepaid Bubble?
Steven Ritchie 201

California: A Privacy Statute Meets The CLBA
Jason Shroff 201

Selling Out the Farm? The Impact of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 on Lending Institutions and the Small Farmer
Amanda Stokes 243

Bankwest v. Baker: Is it a Mayday for Payday Lenders in Rent-a-Charter Arrangements?
Elizabeth Willoughby 269

II. Emerging Issues in Banking Regulation

Accounting Consolidation versus Capital Calculation: The Conflict Over Asset-Backed Commercial Paper Programs
Lee Gilliam 291

Hedge Fund Regulation: Investors are Knocking at the Door, but can the SEC Clean House Before Everyone Rushes In?
Joseph Hellrung 317

Riegle-Neal's 10% Nationwide Deposit Cap: Arbitrary and Unnecessary
Cybil White 347

Not So Perfect: The Disconnect Between Medicare and the Uniform Commercial Code Regarding Health-Care-Insurance Receivables
Kimberly Easter Zirkle 373

III. New and Foreign Banking Markets

Scaling the Great Wall: An Analysis of Foreign Banks' Entry into China
Carol G. Liu 397

The Spectrum Plus Case: Fixed or Floating Charges over Book Debts in England?
Lauren Pogue 419

Achieving the American Dream: May Financial Holding Companies Engage in Real Estate Brokerage?
Jabari M. Vaughn 443

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