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Federal Reserve Regulations

Federal Reserve Regulations Definition

Federal Reserve Regulations are rules issued by the Federal Reserve Board to regulate the practices of banking and lending institutions. The primary goal of the regulations is to protect customers against unjust banking practices. For example the FED put in place rules to enhance consumer credit protection, such as the Home Mortgage Disclosure Acts. The regulations have long official titles, but they are often referred to by an assigned letter, such as Regulation A or B.




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