An increase in community bank acquisitions is expected in 2011, and a multitude of factors could inform the ultimate decision to sell.
During an American Banker roundtable held in early November, panelists said leaders of community banks face assorted regulatory pressures, capital constraints, unrelenting credit issues and a lack of income opportunities. All that said, perhaps the underlying catalyst for many bankers may simply be burnout.
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