International Lending and Supervision Act
Back to Finance Glossary | Previous PageThe International Lending and Supervision Act is a law passed by the U.S. Congress in 1983 that requires U.S. banks to hold stipulated minimum amounts of capital.
The act also sets standards for making, evaluating and restructuring overseas loans.
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