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  • adj. Relating to an entity whose financial activities are not based on deposits.

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Examples

  • Depository banks, the guys in the marble buildings, now play only a minor role in channeling funds from savers to borrowers; most of the business of finance is carried out through complex deals arranged by "nondepository" institutions, institutions like the late lamented Bear Stearns - and Lehman.

    Corrente

  • "Depository banks, the guys in the marble buildings, now play only a minor role in channeling funds from savers to borrowers; most of the business of finance is carried out through complex deals arranged by 'nondepository' institutions, institutions like the late lamented Bear Stearns -- and Lehman.

    Hollywood Elsewhere

  • M) ost of the business of finance is carried out through complex deals arranged by 'nondepository' institutions, institutions like the late lamented Bear Stearns -- and Lehman.

    Connecting.the.Dots

  • The program—the first time the Fed lent to nondepository institutions since the Great Depression—closed in February 2010.

    In Case of Crisis, a Few Levers Can Be Pulled for Short-Term Loans, Emergency Cash

  • The BCFP has partial power to regulate nondepository lenders in conjunction with state regulators and the FTC, but does not have authority over banks.

    Your Crib Sheet For Bank Regulation

  • We could see higher equity valuations and ROEs in the nondepository institutions, though the ability to increase leverage would be dependent upon the level of regulation of nondepository institutions.

    The Core Dilemma Of Financial Regulation

  • He said the Fed, along with other federal and state agencies, is reviewing the subprime operations of some nondepository lenders to "evaluate the companies 'underwriting standards as well as senior management oversight of compliance with state and federal consumer protection regulations and laws."

    Bernanke Calls for Foreclosure Aid

  • In addition, together with the Office of Thrift Supervision, the Federal Trade Commission, the CSBS, and the American Association of Residential Mortgage Regulators, we have launched a pilot program aimed at strengthening reviews of consumer protection compliance at selected nondepository lenders with significant subprime mortgage operations.

    Bernanke's Prepared Testimony

  • And to take a nondepository institution as an example, many of our most successful CDCs across the country, they have a 9-to-1 leverage.

    Backgrounder On Lending Institutions

  • Taylor Bean was once the largest nondepository mortgage lender in the U.S., the SEC said.

    The Seattle Times

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