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It's been a bad few weeks for Wilmington Trust Corp. Make that a bad year.
While taxpayers will make an estimated $20 billion profit from the Troubled Asset Relief Program for banks, what about the legacy of "too big to fail?"
The financial crisis has vastly changed the way banks pay their chief executives. Even with long-term restricted stock and smaller salary increases, pay is on the way up.
The financial crisis of 2008 is the very real for community banks throughout the country. While many large banks are showing shows of profitable, a great many community banks are still struggling to regain their footing - and for them the long nightmare is not yet over.
This article describes capital raising trends and why banks are increasingly using sub debt.
John Duffy, CEO of Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc. shares his insights on why smaller institutions will continue to struggle with raising equity capital, and discusses the option of exchanging funds from TARP into the new small business lending program.
Congress created the $30 billion fund to provide capital to banks and increase lending to small business, but not many banks applied for it. Here's why.
An overview of the legacy issues from the Treasury’s Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) compensation limits that may remain after repayment of funds.
Armed inspectors, with sirens wailing, find few cases of actual TARP money stolen. Is that because none exists, or is that because we haven't found it?
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