Bank Examination


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Bank Examination

A regular inspection performed by a regulator on a bank. An examination evaluates the number and quality of loans a bank makes, the quality of the bank's other assets and its compliance with regulation. An examination helps determine the stability and solvency of the bank in question. It often involves personal visits by examiners to the bank.
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The courts recognize that the report of a bank examiners (80) is protected by a qualified privilege, known as a bank examination privilege.
With strengthened mechanisms available under Laws 26.119, 26.087 and 25.246, the ratification of the UN International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism, a reorganized UIF, and enhanced enforcement capability via the Special Prosecutors Unit and Central Bank's specialized bank examination unit, Argentina has the legal and regulatory capability to prevent and combat money laundering more effectively.
In LBS, a major and critical part of OCC, the business processes employ a rules-based method of records management bank examination report, it is automatically placed in the ERMS.
First, government budget constraints discourage regulators from overrunning bank examination budgets without good cause.
To those banks it appeared as though the bank examination agencies had adopted a new, more stringent set of policies.
The potential "time decay" of bank examination information has been a concern for both supervisors and policymakers.
Bank examination of documents is limited to those stipulated in the credit.
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For example, as many as three separate agencies may have a hand in bank examination procedures.
At the beginning of 1988, DBA took out yet another multimillion dollar loan, to the concern of the OCC, which hinted in its annual bank examination that DBA had problems Hodges wasn't aware of.
Alex Uvidia has over nine years of bank examination and policy oversight experience with various regulatory agencies.
1553) by a vote of 411-0 to ease the regulatory burden on community banks by allowing well-managed banks with less than USD1.0 billion in total assets to be eligible for an 18-month bank examination cycle instead of the current 12-month cycle.