Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act

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A US act passed in 1991, giving the Federal Reserve System increased powers to supervise foreign banks operating in the USA. Any bank wishing to open branches in the USA must seek permission to do so and all foreign banks in the USA are inspected at least annually by the Federal Reserve.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

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