|Top Performers 2012 (Part I) (April, 2012)|
Part I: Banks, Savings Institutions, and BHCs with assets over $10 billion
Beginning with this first part of the 20th annual ABA Banking Journal bank performance rankings—produced by our long-time partner, Capital Performance Group—the traditional two-part analysis was expanded to three groups of banks: large, mid-size, and community banks.
The “large” category includes institutions of $10 billion in assets or more. “Mid-size” covers banks and savings institutions between $1 billion and $10 billion, and “community” refers to those with assets of under $1 billion. The reclassification was prompted in large measure by the Dodd-Frank Act, which made $10 billion a trigger point for numerous stipulations.
As the authors’ observed, the most notable difference between this year’s top performers and the rest of the pack was the pace of loan growth.
In this online report, you can read or download the analysis as it appears in the April 2012 print publication. In addition, the ranking tables and summary table appear below showing data for all institutions in the “public” and “private/foreign-owned” categories. These online tables contain additional data on each institution that for space reasons could not be included in the print edition.
Rankings of all publicly traded banks, savings institutions, and BHCs with assets of $10 billion and up (excel)
Rankings of all private and foreign-owned banks and savings institutions with assets of $10 billion and up (excel)
Table of Summary Statistics showing comparisons between the Top 10 Public Banks and Savings Institutions and all institutions in the over $10 billion category (excel)
[This article was posted on April 20, 2012, on the website of ABA Banking Journal, www.ababj.com.]
| TechTopics Plus