Jun. 08 2018 — De novo banks, or newly formed institutions, were all the rage before the credit crisis but virtually dried up in the years after the Great Recession. The tide is finally beginning to turn, with investors seeking to open banks across the country. Randy Dennis, president of DD&F Consulting, who has helped charter close to 100 banks in his career, discusses the new class of de novos and believes there will be considerably more activity.
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