VOLUME 11 (1992)

Developments in Banking Law: 1991, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 1 (1992).

Articles

Michael Vincent Campbell, Implications of the Trust Indenture Reform Act of 1990: Breathing New Life into the Trust Indenture Act of 1939, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 181 (1992).

John F. Chown, Bank Regulation and International Taxation, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 249 (1992).

John W. Hill & Michael B. Metzger, Auditor Liability and the S&L Crisis: Shaping the Future of the Profession?, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 335 (1992).

Michael P. Malloy, Between Iraq and a Hard Place: U.S. International Banking and the Iraqi Sanctions, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 375 (1992).

Notes

Brant Brooks, Should Banks Mark it to Market? Depository Institutions' Accounting Treatment for Debt Investment Securities, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 425 (1992).

Alan Jay Cooke, Shareholders' Rights of Recovery When Banks Fail: Why the FDIC Should Not Receive Priority, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 449 (1992).

Jodi L. Edelson, Higher Education to Higher Default: A Re-Examination of the Guaranteed Student Loan Program, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 475 (1992).

Eric B. Fischman, Expanding Bank Ownership: A Necessity for the Financial Stability, Economic Efficiency and Global Competitiveness of the US Banking Industry, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 539 (1992).

Andrew P. Hoffman, Reciprocity in European Community and United States Banking Law, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 539 (1992).

Maura McCaffery, Banks Facing Lender Liability May Find Partial Relief Under Modified Valdez Principles, 11 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 571 (1992).