Superregional Bank

(redirected from Super Regional Bank)

Superregional Bank

1. A bank holding company with banks operating in at least two U.S. states.

2. A bank operating in all regions of the United States.
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The Salomon classification scheme divides the banks into the following groups--12 money center banks (MCB's), seven super regional banks, and 16 other regionals.
Following Capital One, the super regional bank brands were Ally Bank, Regions Bank, PNC Bank and BB&T Bank.
This could be one reason why US super regional banks, led by Wells Fargo and Sun Trust, have been so strong.
Super regional banks experienced healthy growth across the board.
Banks of all sizes, from de novos to super regional banks, rely upon BancAnalyst Financial and BancAnalyst Market Web-based tools for strategic planning, earnings enhancement, incentive compensation, budgeting resource allocation, branch rationalization decisions, target market programs, market expansion plans and other strategic applications.
BancIntelligence now serves 511 banks ranging in size from de novo institutions to large super regional banks.
For over twenty years, ARGO has been providing solutions for tier-one, super regional banks, and regional banks to help them drive profitable sales and manage customer interactions," said Ian McKintosh, Vice President of Development for ARGO.
Midwood helps distribute annuities through banks ranging in size from small community banks to super regional banks.
Because of the partnership we have with BANKLINK, we can offer the same level of service and products--such as Internet banking, ACH and wire origination--just like the Super Regional banks can with all their resources.
Community banks that get into the retail investment sales business actually have a higher penetration than super regional banks.
If we take the US Super Regional Banks (eight in all) they have on average fallen 30%.
The global payments business, a range of transaction, clearing and settlement services traditionally handled by Money Center and Super Regional Banks, is increasingly under competitive and commoditization pressures as interconnectivity and the Internet transform the industry, according to a new report by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), the global management consulting firm.