Similarly, reimposing deposit rate ceilings for less-than-well-capitalized banks runs the risk of distorting bank decisionmaking and creating exactly the inefficiencies that the Congress sought to remove through the Depository Institutions Deregulation Committee.
What does DIDC stand for?
DIDC stands for Depository Institutions Deregulation Committee (banking)
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- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of DIDC
We have 2 other meanings of DIDC in our Acronym Attic
- Disposable In-suit Drink Bag (spacesuits)
- District Internal Drainage Board (UK)
- Doyousoft Internet Development Blocks (France)
- Drawing Index/Information Data Base
- Digital Ionogram Database
- Data Input and Distribution Card
- Data Intensive Distributed Computing
- Debt Instruments Depository and Clearing Co., Ltd. (now Taiwan Depository and Clearing Corporation)
- Defense Planning Committee (NAC without France)
- Department for International Development Cooperation (Finland)
- Data-Intensive Distributed Computing Architecture
- Dense Intramembranous Deposit Disease
- Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (Tennessee)
- Distributed Denial-Of-Service Detection Mechanism
- Danistay Idari Dava Daireleri Genel Kurulu (Turkish: General Assembly of the Council of State Chambers of Administrative Litigation)
- Design, Implementation, and Deployment of Database Replication (workshop)
- Des Ils et des Elles (French gay association)
- Distributed Intelligent Design Environment
- Fondation Dignité en Détention (French)
- Detect, Identify, Decide, Engage and Assess (military strategy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He was general counsel of the Depository Institutions Deregulation Committee and served as White House counsel to President Ronald Reagan.
Further, and at the risk of sounding bureaucratic, consideration might be given to the temporary establishment of a body styled on the Depository Institutions Deregulation Committee of the early 1980s to coordinate and oversee this transition, including the preparation of periodic reports to the Congress on the progress and problems with the effort.