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A fund that invests in niche community banks

Thursday, June 12, 2008
"Commercial banks have historically experienced low default rates, with an average of 0.34% per annum measured ...".

A SQUARE :: 12Jun08 A fund that invests in niche community banks
Category Banking
Author Sona Blessing
The depository institutions within the fund’s target asset range, have recently experienced new challenges. Financial institutions are continually looking for new funding sources to keep up with the growth in their assets, particularly loans.
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