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What Banks Still Get Wrong About Capital

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Several banks have been aggressively adding assets since the financial crisis. SNL Financial's list of publicly traded banks with the greatest asset growth since mid-2009 includes many investment vehicles formed after the downturn to buy banks. Several of those banks have gone public this year.

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Well said for a somewhat technical topic. Year class of the assets greatly effect recovery. Those banks that want to raise capital or make acquisitions, or just survive, need to understand the ramifications.
Posted by Pegasus Intellectual Capital Solutions | Wednesday, February 20 2013 at 4:46PM ET
Kamal, thank you for a lucid presentation on a methodology now required, but has been long overdue.
Posted by Steven Mitchell | Sunday, May 05 2013 at 5:35AM ET
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