Start-up banks

Beck, Bill
April 1999
Indiana Business Magazine;Apr99, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p26
Looks at the increasing number of small community banks in Indiana. Estimated number of small banks opened each year in the 1990s; Growth of small banks; Small banks' emphasis on small business loans; Reasons for the increase in de novo banks in the 1990s.


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