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Higher capital and liquidity standards may help to avert a credit-induced crisis, but they do little to protect against the biggest risk faced by banks today.
As interest rates continue to rise, it is important to place renewed focus on core deposits and liquidity management.
Traditional valuation metrics that focus on tangible book value or earnings per share can miss the mark.
Banks seeking to control their own destiny have several paths to consider in providing liquidity for shareholders.
Banks can use employee stock ownership plans to create liquidity for shareholders and provide meaningful incentives for their employees.
Business First opted for a direct listing over a traditional IPO. Here’s what to consider if your bank is weighing a public listing.
Banks that want to remain independent have plenty of ways to proactively defend against unwanted acquisition offers.
OCC the first to say banks can again consider offering short-term, small-dollar loans.
A year after SecondMarket created customized, private liquidity programs for banks, Caryn Feinberg discusses the results.
The liquidity for aging shareholders is emerging as a reason why banks are considering selling.
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