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Chapter 12 Nonbank Finance
© 2004 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved 12-2 Insurance Companies Life Insurance Companies 1.Regulated by states 2.Hold illiquid long-term assets 3.Poor returns caused insurance demand 4.Became managers of pension funds 5.Increased competition from banks Property & Casualty Insurance Companies 1.Regulated by states 2.Hold more liquid assets 3.Insurance crisis Insurance Management 1.Screening 2.Risk-based premiums 3.Restrictive provisions 4.Prevention of fraud 5.Cancellation of insurance 6.Deductibles 7.Coinsurance 8.Limits on amounts of insurance
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© 2004 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved 12-4 Other Institutions Pension Funds 1.Rapid growth: encouraged by tax policy 2.Bigger role in stock market 3.Problem of underfunding 4.Private: regulated by Dept. of Labor and insured by Penny Benny under ERISA Act of 1974 5.Public Plans A.Social Security B.State and local plans Finance Companies 1.Minimal regulation by states 2.Rapid growth 3.Three types: A.Sales finance companies B.Consumer finance companies C.Business finance companies
© 2004 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved 12-5 Other Institutions Mutual Funds 1.Regulated by SEC 2.Open-end vs. closed-end 3.Load vs. no-load 4.Money market mutual funds 5.Hedge funds Government Financial Intermediation 1.Federal credit agencies: FNMA, GNMA, FHLMC, Farm Credit System, SLMA 2.Moral hazard problem of government loan guarantees Securities Market Institutions 1.Investment banks 2.Securities brokers and dealers 3.Organized exchanges 4.All are regulated by SEC
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Chapter 12 Nonbank Finance © 2005 Pearson Education Canada Inc.
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