Major financial decisions often include a unique set of tradeoffs, and deregistering with the Securities and Exchange Commission is no different.

A big draw for community banks is the potential for cutting costs. But they also run the risk of plunging into a virtual black hole with investors because dumping the SEC means that a company can no longer trade on a major stock exchange such as the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq.

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