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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A list specifically composed of superregional banks with 1 billion or more in assets was generated and a number assigned to each.
In out previous surveys, superregional banks also had the highest customer penetration.
This suggests that many larger superregional banks might have been in trouble.
The creation of superregional banks through the Banc One-First Chicago NBD deal and the Norwest-Wells Fargo merger will have the most immediate implications for business in Indiana.
The list of marriages between superregional banks has been growing rapidly, with 599 commercial banks being absorbed in 1997 alone.
They find that superregional banks experience negative abnormal returns in response to the resignation of the vice-chairman, and that all types of commercial banks experience negative abnormal returns in response to First Republic Bank's suspension of dividends.
banks were losing domestic market share to the rapidly growing superregional banks.
Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE: RF) once again has been named to the Fortune list of Most Admired Superregional Banks in the United States, coming in at No.
The large superregional banks have built their franchises through a combination of internal growth and mergers and acquisitions.
In contrast, most regional and superregional banks have virtually eliminated foreign exposure as a material factor affecting their financial health.
In separate votes Tuesday, June 8, 2004, shareholders of both companies gave overwhelming approval of the put-together of the two superregional banks, creating a new regional force in banking and financial services.
Such noted business economists as Gabriel Hauge, Wes Lindow, Hebert Prochnow, Lee Prussia, Tom Storrs and others like them, retired as either the number one, two, or three person in major money center and superregional banks.