Valuing Banks: Day 2 Case Study

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March 1, 2017
Keith Sellers, CPA/ABV, CVA, Ph.D.
industry analysis


According to the FDIC, 94% of all U.S. commercial banks, or 4,800, are “community banks.” Community banks are closely held, have shareholders’ equity ranging from $5 million to $100 million, and have approximately 150 employees, on average. Due to unique regulatory and operating factors, valuation of a commercial bank requires industry-specific insights and knowledge. Join expert Keith Sellers for insight into all aspects of the valuation of U.S. commercial banks, focusing on “community banks. Day 1 focuses on establishing a solid foundation by reviewing operations, data sources, and financials of community banks. Day 2 is an in-depth case study (data provided) applying those fundamentals and gaining valuable experience. Attend both days to get the full value. Note: While it is designed for participants to attend both sessions, you may register and attend the fundamentals and the case study separately.
Valuing Banks: Day 2 Case Study
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