Strategic Alternatives for Banks Under $1B in Assets
Stinson Parnter Bob Monroe Serves as Featured Panelist for Bank Director Webcast
Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP Partner Bob Monroe was a featured panelist for Bank Director’s “Strategic Alternatives for Banks Under $1B in Assets” on-demand webcast. This topic was the most popular session at Bank Director’s Acquire or Be Acquired conference.
The webcast counters the belief that banks must be $1 billion dollars in assets to survive – as many smaller community banks are thriving. During the webcast, the presenters explore case studies of successful community banks that have established strategies for growth, capital maintenance, profitability and other critical strategic initiatives. Along with Monroe, the other panelists are Craig J. Mancinotti and Richard F. Maroney, Jr., both are managing directors & principals at Austin Associates LLC.
Monroe is the co-chairman of Stinson’s Banking and Financial Services Division and serves as counsel to more than 150 financial institutions. He has significant experience in matters involving bank and bank holding company mergers and formations, branch acquisitions, conversion to S-Corporations, negotiating regulatory orders, bank examination issues, prompt corrective actions, reorganizations, succession planning, representing buyers of failed banks, interstate banking issues, director and officer liability issues, lender liability issues, and capital issues.
View a portion of the presentation here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zVwp_K0Nfb0
To see the full presentation and more case studies, please visit BankDirector.com.
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