Community banking

Harvest Community in N.J. becomes first bank failure of new year

01/13/17

The bank is first to fail in New Jersey since 2012.

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For First Horizon, bigger is better when scouting bank deals

01/13/17

The company would prefer buying banks with $5 billion to $10 billion in assets unless it finds an appealing alternative in a strategic market such as Raleigh or Nashville.

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Post Oak Bancshares to buy State Bank of Texas

01/13/17

The deal expands Post Oak’s existing operations around Houston

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Norwood in Pa. elevates retired CEO to chairman’s post

01/13/17

William Davis Jr. was the company’s CEO from 1996 to 2009

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Higher rates, SEC settlement take big bite out of HomeStreet’s profit

01/13/17

The Seattle company warned that fourth-quarter profit could fall more than 80% from a year earlier.

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Big banks report; Why Goldman is different

01/13/17

Big banks report; Why Goldman is different

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Opus Co-President Allison steps down

01/12/17

The California bank, grappling with credit-quality issues, did not say when – or if – a successor will be named

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Municipal finance gains traction at smaller banks

01/12/17

First Internet Bancorp is the latest institution to enter the business or to significantly expand operations.

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First Interstate in Montana buys its naming rights from Wells Fargo

01/12/17

The company had been operating for years under a licensing agreement with the San Francisco banking giant.

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First Citizens in N.C. to boost stake in Carter Bank in Va.

01/12/17

The company recently received Fed approval to increase its ownership in Carter to 9%.

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