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BHCABusy Hour Call Attempts
BHCABeacon Hill Civic Association
BHCABachelor of Health Care Administration (various universities)
BHCABritish Health Care Association (UK)
BHCABlue Hills Civic Association (Canton, OH, USA)
BHCABlack Hills Christian Academy (Spearfish, SD)
BHCABaltimore HealthCare Access, Inc.
BHCABournemouth Churches Housing Association
BHCABasset Hound Club of America, Inc.
BHCABay Haven Charter Academy
BHCABrown-Hiller-Clark & Associates (Fort Smith, AR)
BHCABellefonte Historical and Cultural Association
BHCABox Hill City Archers
BHCABaileys Harbor Community Association
BHCABank Holding Company Act of 1957
BHCABeth Haven Christian Academy
BHCABehavioral Health Category Assignment
BHCABirmingham Hotel & Catering Academy
BHCABoston Home Care Associates
BHCABehavioral HealthCare Associates PC
BHCABlack Hills Careers Academy
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(79) The Federal Reserve, the agency responsible for administering the BHCA, which this provision of the GLBA amended, has not taken a position on this question.
For these reasons, we conclude that the Board is without authority under the BHCA to require MCorp to transfer its funds to its troubled subsidiary bank.
of customers." BHCA [section] 13(d)(1)(D), 12 U.S.C.
429, 429 n.1 (1986) ("Congress' primary purpose in enacting the BHCA was to ...
The BHCA presumes that "any company which owns, controls, or
BHCs today engage in a significantly broader range of activities than the narrow limits set out in the 1956 BHCA, enabled through subsequent amendments to the Act.
The GLBA also amended the BHCA to permit financial services companies to engage in insurance through a non-bank subsidiary.
(50) Although it is not articulated therein, the Fed has interpreted the BHCA as mandating that BHCs serve as a "source of strength" to their subsidiary banks.
Next, the BHCA of 1956 restricted BHCs that controlled two or more separately chartered banks.
The most significant effect of the GLBA was the change to the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 and the liberalization of the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 (BHCA).
In response, Congress enacted the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 (BHCA) to prohibit bank holding companies from acquiring "non-banks" or engaging in "activities that are not closely related to banking." Depository institutions were considered "banks" while investment banks (e.g., those that trade stock on Wall Street) were deemed "non-banks" under the law.