Investor demand for pooled trust-preferred securities may be dead, but the market for trust-preferreds issued by individual banks is making a comeback.

Single-issue deals were popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s and then were all but abandoned when small banks and thrifts found they could reduce underwriting costs by joining pools made up of dozens of financial institutions.

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