These results imply that some money center banks
or "systemically important financial institutions" were underestimated by the pre-crisis contagion model.
For years the primary method for loan product pricing was using a variation of a bank's prime lending rate or a regional money center bank
's prime rate.
Among the states with the largest negative coefficients are some in the Southwest (Arizona, California, and Texas), the South (Louisiana), the Northeast (Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont), and states with large money center banks
, specifically New York and Illinois.
A system of four equations is tested, with an equation separately representing money center banks
(6), large commercial banks (22), medium commercial banks (26), and small commercial banks (24).
Having received these deposits, the money center banks
then sought borrowers who could be charged enough interest to enable the banks to earn a profit.
Taken together, the assets of the top twenty regional banks equal the size of about one of the money center banks
The fall in the 10-year US Treasury note yield to 1.70 per cent has flattened the dollar yield curve and pressured the net interest margins of money center banks
. After all, the Uncle Sam's 10-year note yield was three per cent in January 2014 and Wall Street consensus then was that interest rates would head higher, not lower.
The first is that the money center banks
have improved their ability to fend off DDoS attacks, contracting with third party mitigation vendors that make their sites difficult to take offline.
(ACQ806) Money Center Banks
Maintain Highly Liquid Positions - Richard X.
Concentration of debt with money center banks
has a positive and significant effect on the secondary market price of debt.
Clubmortgage.com offers money center banks
, insurance companies and other large providers of commercial mortgage credit the ability to confidentially list loans they wish to locate colender participants for, while typically retaining a lead lender's participation interest and loan servicing rights.
This prohibition was enacted in the 1930s, at a time when the Congress was concerned that large money center banks
had earlier bid deposits away from country banks to make loans to stock market speculators.