Superregional Bank

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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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They also landed ahead of super-regional banks (76) and national banks (72).
At DebtX, he works with senior-level bankers at community, regional and super-regional banks in the Western region of the US.
She and fellow strategic account manager, Josean Fernandez, have primary responsibility for managing the company's relationships with the private banks, national trust companies and regional and super-regional banks that comprise OppenheimerFunds' Strategic Account list.
Other so-called super-regional banks could seize the opportunity, according to Rebel Cole, a former Federal Reserve economist and now a finance professor at DePaul University in Chicago.
The demographics of survey respondents covered several distinct categories of correspondent lenders--including independent mortgage companies, community banks, regional banks, and super-regional banks.
Furthermore, super-regional banks appear to deploy about half of their total staff on the retail side.
For now, that means offering primarily mutual funds and fixed-rate and variable annuities, but Reed expects to see the super-regional banks get into a wider range of financial products.
Customer rankings for super-regional banks also improved significantly from last year.
The overall satisfaction score among small business owners who have a relationship with big or super-regional banks was 754 this year.
She and fellow Strategic Account Manager Josean Fernandez have primary responsibility for managing the Company's relationships with the private banks, national trust companies and regional and super-regional banks that make up OppenheimerFunds' Strategic Account list.
Brooks, a North Carolina native, has served in various capacities with local, regional and super-regional banks for the past 28 years.
Community banks face competition from many angles: credit unions, specialty lenders, branchless banks, regional and super-regional banks and even non-banks such as ApplePay, Google Wallet and PayPal.