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S&P Global Market Intelligence, formerly S&P Capital IQ and SNL, is the premier provider of breaking news, financial data, and expert analysis on business sectors critical to the global economy. This article originally appeared on the SNL subscriber side of S&P Global's website. Older articles published under the original SNL Financial name can be found here.

Smaller banks' efficiency ratios reflect cost of compliance

Hopes for sustained small bank margin expansion on the horizon

Virginia bank deal punctuates push for scale and influence of activist investors

Fewer lenders vying for credit leads to saner competition

In calls to revive Glass-Steagall, policy and politics square off

CenterState to slow M&A ambitions after Platinum acquisition—though organic growth might tempt

Population of buyers of smaller banks shrinking

NIM and expense pressure aside, First Republic continues to shine

Hopes of restoring the “Texas premium,” M&A in the Lone Star State

Who's next in Home BancShares' Florida buying spree?

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