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In bank analysis, does size really matter? (access required)

Regulators and analysts look at a half dozen key measures when they assess a bank’s health, said Boise-based John Hale, managing partner with KPMG, LLP. Banks are among the international audit and tax advisory firm’s clients.“Everybody analyzes a bank the same way, no matter its charter or size,” he said.Hale said a bank must look ...

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