International Banking Act of 1978


The legislation passed in 1978 that placed domestic and foreign bank agencies under federal banking regulations. The FDIC insures US branches of foreign banks, and these banks are audited and must keep a determined level of non-interest-bearing reserve account balances.
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International Bank for Reconstruction and Development International Banking Facility (IBF)