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Economic Perspectives, Vol. 3, No. 5, 1977
Chain Banking in the District
Chain banking is a pervasive, but seldom studied form of banking organization. Resembling in some respects other forms of multi-office banking—such as holding company or branch banking—it is, however, largely unrestricted by current federal and state banking regulations. Although a bank involved in a chain banking situation reports individually to its primary bank regulatory authority, there is usually little publicized recognition of its affiliation with a chain.
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