|An act To extend the authority for the flexible regulation of interest rates on deposits and accounts in depository institutions.
|the 95th United States Congress
|Pub. L. 95–630
|Statutes at Large
|92 Stat. 3641
The Financial Institutions Regulatory and Interest Rate Control Act of 1978 is a United States federal law. Among other measures, it established the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC, under Title X of the act) and authorized national security letters (NSLs, under the Right to Financial Privacy Act, Title XI of the act).
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