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  • noun Plural form of nonbank.


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  • That is because "nonbanks" -- lenders, such as standalone mortgage companies, that don't accept deposits -- also "have to raise funds in order to lend, and the cost at which they raise those funds will depend on their financial condition -- their net worth, their leverage, and their liquidity."

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  • Most of the hedge-fund world is likely to follow it into oblivion, as Washington and other Western governments scurry to save their core banking sector, leaving the "nonbanks" to fend for themselves.

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  • (OCC spokesman Robert Garsson counters that states are the ones that oversee "nonbanks" like Argent.)

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  • "Consumers deserve the peace of mind that financial companies, banks and nonbanks, are following the rules."

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  • Bloomberg News Elizabeth Warren says 'consumers deserve the peace of mind that financial companies, banks and nonbanks, are following the rules.'

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  • Mr. Cordray, who plans to discuss his agency's goals in a talk Thursday, wrote in a blog post Wednesday that it would be "a top priority" of the bureau to get its supervisory program for nonbanks up and running.

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  • The pending Fed proposal technically would apply to nonbanks as well, but the document isn't expected to shed any more light on which firms regulators deem a big enough threat to the financial system to warrant sharing the new capital and liquidity rules.

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  • Conduct yearly "stress tests" on large banks and systemically important nonbanks.

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  • Regulators have yet to determine which nonbanks fall into that category.

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  • Jaret Seiberg, an analyst at MF Global, said he doesn't think the bureau is prepared to regulate nonbanks.

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