The lending activities of banks in the United States are regulated by a complex, interconnected network of federal and state laws and regulations.  This regulatory framework is designed to simultaneously ensure the continued safety and soundness of banking organizations and protect the interests of consumers.  The framework is in some ways different than that for nonbank lenders.  This outline focuses on the regulatory framework for bank lending.

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