Performance Of Small Banks Tells Only Part of Their Story

Sraeel, Holly
October 2006
Bank Technology News;Oct2006, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the financial performance of community banks in the U.S. He commented on the satisfaction of investors with the banks' operations which include commendable return on assets and revenue and net-interest margins. The author also discusses high capital ratios and the power of community banks to draw in deposits.


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