Bank buys

Kaelble, Steve
April 1998
Indiana Business Magazine;Apr98, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p14
Focuses on the out-of-state bank acquisitions of Indiana-based banks and bank holding companies. Emergence of Hoosier banks as buyers; Evansville as the real hotbed of bank acquisition activity; Community bank acquisitions; Major bank acquisition deals.


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