10 Regional Bank Predators

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According to Philip Van Doorn, "Using second-quarter data provided by SNL Financial, we pared down the list of 83 publicly traded domestic bank and thrift holding companies with total assets ranging from $5 billion to $100 billion, by excluding companies with outstanding preferred shares held by the U.S. Treasury for bailout money received via the Troubled Assets Relief Program, or TARP." This list of the holding companies posted the best returns on assets during the first half of 2010 excludes First Niagara, "which probably needs a breather to integrate all of its recent acquisitions," and Northern Trust of Chicago, "which is mainly focused on asset management and other fee-based services."




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