Investments glossary

Regulation W

Regulation W is a U.S. Federal Reserve System regulation that limits certain transactions between depository institutions, such as banks, and their affiliates. In particular, it sets quantitative limits on covered transactions and requires collateral for certain transactions. The regulation applies to banks that are members of the Federal Reserve System, insured state non-member banks and insured savings associations.

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