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Financial Institutions and Markets Issue Area Plan--Fiscal Years 1997-98
IAP-96-11: Published: May 1, 1996. Publicly Released: May 1, 1996.
GAO presented its Financial Institutions and Markets issue area plan for fiscal years 1997 through 1998.GAO plans to: (1) identify how financial institutions, markets, and regulatory agencies respond to the changing demands and technological advances of the global marketplace; (2) evaluate existing laws' impact on market efficiency, competition, and U.S. financial institutions; (3) improve the reg...
Regulatory Agencies: Administrative Expenses at FHLBB and FRB for 1985 and 1986
AFMD-88-33: Published: Jun 15, 1988. Publicly Released: Jun 22, 1988.
In response to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Federal Home Loan Bank Board (FHLBB) and the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) to determine: (1) the policies and procedures governing their administrative expenses and their compliance with them; (2) applicable laws and regulations; and (3) their budget and related disclosure processes.GAO found that FHLBB: (1) illegally augmented its budget auth...
Financial Institution Regulatory Agencies Should Perform Internal Audit Reviews of Their Examination and Supervision Activities
GGD-82-5: Published: Oct 19, 1981. Publicly Released: Oct 19, 1981.
GAO conducted a series of reviews of the internal audit organizations and functions at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Home Loan Board, the National Credit Union Administration, the Federal Reserve System, the Office the of Comptroller of the Currency, and the Farm Credit Administration to ensure that the agencies' activities were receiving adequate internal audit scrutiny.T...
Federal Examinations of Financial Institutions: Issues That Need To Be Resolved
GGD-81-12: Published: Jan 6, 1981. Publicly Released: Jan 6, 1981.
Key issues were identified which the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (Council) must address if it is to be successful in developing uniform examination principles and standards. Examination philosophies and practices followed by five Federal regulatory agencies in examining financial institutions were described and the effects and differences of the practices noted. The five age...