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Larger Banks vs. Smaller Banks

August 29, 2012

An article from Optirate features a few trend charts that clearly show that in general larger banks are operating more efficiently.  The data points featured include:

  • Average ROA by Bank Asset Size
  • Average ROE by Bank Asset Size
  • Average NII by Bank Asset Size
  • Average Efficiency Ratio by Bank Asset Size

See the full article here: Do Smaller Banks Perform as Well as Larger Banks?

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  • The expected ROI as a result of better supported strategic business decisions—including a detailed case study (showcasing a 30% improvement in productivity)

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Optirate is a blog focusing on strategy consultation for banks and credit unions

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