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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He calls PNC one of his favorite super-regional banks at this point in the cycle.
In a speech on Thursday, Quarles said the regulator should quickly act on that direction and review the rules for super-regional banks.
Steady at 79, super-regional banks are in the middle, both in terms of size and service.
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.
"Unlike the very large super-regional banks, whose polices are relatively inflexible and established in other parts of the country, we're able to quickly adapt to local conditions," he added.
The demographics of survey respondents covered several distinct categories of correspondent lenders--including independent mortgage companies, community banks, regional banks, and super-regional banks.
(XAZ801) MONEY CENTER & SUPER-REGIONAL BANKS: JASON GOLDBERG - LEHMAN BROTHERS.
and Mitsubishi Tokyo Financial Group Inc., which mainly cater to large corporate customers and individuals across the nation, the Resona Group banks aim to become ''super-regional banks'' to provide services to small companies and individual clients in local areas, group officials said earlier.
However, super-regional banks such as Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo were not included.
"With the help of a world-class bank like BNP, we're now positioned to become one of the super-regional banks in the U.S," Dods says.
The megamergers are of two distinct varieties: Those creating true national financial-services companies and those that establish super-regional banks with dominant market share in certain areas of the country.