Monthly trade journal features news and information for independent community banks, with topics covered in various issues of the magazine including lending outlook, management best practices, strategic planning and growth opportunities, credit risk management, regulations and compliance issues, technology solutions, and new products and services. Digital editions are available online.
Bimonthly magazine features news and information for banking industry professionals, with topics covered in this trade publication including community banking, banking and the economy, mortgage lending, commercial lending, agricultural banking, personal wealth management, regulatory issues, compliance matters, cybersecurity, and information technology. Digital editions are available online.
Quarterly volume provides a comprehensive analysis of the most recent financial results for FDIC- insured
financial institutions with comparisons to previous quarters for trending purposes, and also includes
feature articles that analyze economic and banking trends on a national and regional level
and assess how they affect the banking system and the regulatory framework in which it operates.
Market analysis report provides industry statistics for a user-defined area on a national, state, county, metro area, or zip code level, with data provided including number of companies, market volume and sales trends, average company sales, sales per employee, staffing and employment trends, average employee wage, and business start up activity and failure rates. Sample report can be viewed online.
Searchable databases provide income statement and balance sheet data for FDIC-insured and FDIC- supervised commercial banks and savings institutions, with data available by type of institution, asset size, asset concentration (e.g., agricultural banks; commercial, consumer, credit card, and mortgage lenders; international banks; and all other), and geographic region (e.g., national, regional, and state).
Annual compensation survey provides base salary, annual incentive pay, long-term incentive pay, and total compensation data for over 100 job positions, with compensation data for individual job positions reported by total asset size and job positions covered by the survey including chief loan officer, chief risk officer, chief compliance officer, commercial loan officer, loan workout officer, and credit analyst.
Annual salary guide provides average starting salary ranges for accounting and finance positions, with banking job positions covered in the guide including chief risk officer, chief compliance officer, banking operations specialist, private banker, commercial lender, and credit analyst. Free online calculator can be used to estimate the average starting salary range for specific job positions by metropolitan market.
Comprehensive compensation survey provides salary, bonus, commissions, and long-term incentives data for over 700 bank and credit union job positions, with selectable scoping factors for individual job positions including total asset size, total revenue, number of employees, type of firm (e.g., bank, credit union), and geographic region. Sample results from the compensation survey are available free online.
Annual salary survey provides salary, bonus, and total compensation data for 14 job positions by total asset size, state, and type of community, with job positions covered by the survey including president, senior lending officer, chief financial officer, chief operations officer, operations manager, IT manager, and compliance officer. Summary survey data and customized report option are available free online.
Bank Watch Newsletter
Monthly newsletter provides market multiples by geographic region for five U.S. regions, with data provided in each issue including median public market valuation multiples (e.g., price/earnings and price/tangible book value) and median transaction multiples for merger and acquisition deals (e.g., price/earnings for last twelve months, price/tangible book value, and price/core deposit premium).
Regional Bank Peer Reports
Weekly bank peer reports provide market pricing and performance data for publicly-traded banks by state and region (e.g., Northeast, Atlantic, Midwest, Southeast, and West), with data provided for each bank including total assets, market capitalization, price/earnings ratios, price/book value ratios, return on assets, return on equity, and dividend yield. Current reports are available online.