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3rd Quarter 2011
Timing is everything, and when Georgia banks started failing in 2008, Joe Evans was ready with a plan.
Directors at banks that have failed since 2008 would have seen trouble ahead if they had known what to look for.
Your bank is in trouble, or maybe it just needs capital to grow, and private equity firms are calling. What do you do now?
After a rocky start, Bank of America’s acquisition of the giant securities firm is finally paying off.
In an era of slow growth, an increasing number of banks and thrifts are trying to grow earnings by cutting costs.
Not only has the Dodd-Frank Act made bank general counsels more important than ever, it has put them squarely in Washington’s crosshairs.