IBA

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IBA

abbr.
International Bar Association

IBA

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) Independent Broadcasting Authority
Translations

IBA

[ˌaɪbiːˈeɪ] n abbr (British) (=Independent Broadcasting Authority) → CNCL f(= Commission nationale de la communication audio-visuelle)
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Federation des caisses Desjardins du Quebec ("Federation"), Levis, Canada, has applied under section 7(d) of the International Banking Act of 1978 ("IBA") (1) to establish a federally licensed branch in Hallandale, Florida, as part of a corporate reorganization of its existing banking operations.
For the purpose of this study, banking entities include insured depository institutions and any company that controls an insured depository institution or is treated as a bank holding company under the International Banking Act of 1978.
He also served as Deputy General Counsel and an alternate member of the Federal Open Market Committee, a staff member of the President's Working Group on Financial Markets that was created in the aftermath of the 1987 financial markets crisis, a member of the Committee on Payments and Settlement Systems of the G-10 central bank governors, legal advisor to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, and one of the principal drafters of the US International Banking Act of 1978.
Other legislation to combat money laundering include the Money Laundering Prevention Guidance Notes; the Financial Intelligence Unit Act, 2002; the Misuse of Drugs Act; The International Financial Services Practitioners Regulations (Code of Conduct), 2001 (IFSCR); Money Laundering Prevention Regulations, 1998 (MLPR); and the Offshore Banking Act, 2000, renamed the International Banking Act, 2002 (IBA).
Aharony, Saunders and Swary (1985) found that the International Banking Act of 1978 had a favorable effect on U.
Key laws affecting the Federal Reserve include the Banking Act of 1935; the Employment Act of 1946; the 1970 amendments to the Bank Holding Company Act; the International Banking Act of 1978; the Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act of 1978; the Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act of 1980; the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989; and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991.
International Banking Act in 1978, Canadian banks have been prohibited from opening branches in different states.
She authored more than 100 major laws, including the Florida International Banking Act, the Health Care Reform Act, and the Community Care for the Elderly Act, Tourism Marketing Act, Florida Public Transportation Act, Florida Emergency Management Act and the Law Enforcement Protection Act.
Royal Bank of Canada, Montreal, Canada ("RBC"), a foreign bank within the meaning of the International Banking Act of 1978 ("IBA"), has applied under section 7(d) of the IBA (1) to establish a limited federal branch in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Section 20 of the International Banking Act prohibits any person from applying to be a director, manager, or officer of an offshore bank who has been sentenced for an offense involving dishonesty.
Korea Exchange Bank ("KEB"), Seoul, Republic of Korea, a foreign bank within the meaning of the International Banking Act ("IBA"), has applied under section 7(d) of the IBA (1) to retain the agency currently operated in New York, New York, by Hana Bank, Seoul, Republic of Korea, following an internal reorganization that involved KEB's merger with its affiliate, Hana Bank.
Since the passage of the International Banking Act of 2002, the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu regulates the offshore banking sector that includes the seven international banks and approximately 4,700 international business companies (IBCs), as well as offshore trusts and captive insurance companies.

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