It's hard to believe but true: more than 700 banks maintained a pristine Camels 1 rating throughout the six-year period bracketing the financial crisis.
There was no cookie-cutter formula for avoiding a performance downgrade from 2006 through 2011. In fact, some of these banks did things you wouldn't expect of high performers like operating close to capital minimums or blowing past regulatory limits on asset concentrations.
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