Mcfadden Act

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Banking In The United States - Early 20th Century - McFadden Act
... Main article McFadden Act The McFadden Act was enacted in 1927 based on recommendations made by the Comptroller of Currency Henry May Dawes ... The Act sought to give national banks competitive equality with state-chartered banks by letting national banks branch to the extent permitted by state law ... The McFadden Act specifically prohibited interstate branching by allowing each national bank to branch only within the state in which it is situated ...
Mc Fadden Act
... The McFadden Act is a United States federal law, named after Louis Thomas McFadden member of the United States House of Representatives and Chairman of the United States House Committee on Banking and Currency ... The Act sought to give national banks competitive equality with state-chartered banks by letting national banks branch to the extent permitted by state law ... The McFadden Act specifically prohibited interstate branching by allowing each national bank to branch only within the state in which it is situated ...
Louis Thomas Mc Fadden - Political Career
... In 1914, McFadden was elected as a Republican Representative to the Sixty-fourth Congress and to the nine succeeding Congresses ... McFadden's main official legacy was the working on and the passing of the McFadden Act of 1927, limiting federal branch banks to the city in which the main branch operates ... The Act sought to give national banks competitive equality with state-chartered banks by letting national banks operate branch banks to the extent permitted by state law ...

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