An aging chief executive of a community bank might put his bank on the block for many sound reasons. But one common motivation, the lack of a management succession plan, is clearly avoidable.

Frequently, community banks sell out because their managers and board members fail to recruit and retain the next generation of leadership. But with some foresight and planning, even the smallest community banks can ensure a seamless management change.

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