Bank Holding Company Act of 1955: Report No. 609 (to accompany H. R. 6227)
The Bank Holding Company Act gives the Federal Reserve System regulatory authority over corporations that control any bank, or a bank holding company. This act also requires bank holding companies to register with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve.
United States. Congress. House, ([year]), Bank Holding Company Act of 1955: Report No. 609 (to accompany H. R. 6227), [issue title/date], accessed Mar 11, 2014 from FRASER, http:fraser.stlouisfed.org/publication/?pid=1000
- Public Law 85-511, 85th Congress, H.R. 6227: An Act to define bank holding companies, control their future expansion, and require divestment of their nonbanking interests [Bank Holding Company Act of 1956]