Since the financial crisis of 2008-09, banks and other large financial institutions have faced ever increasing scrutiny from Congress and the general public. Capital requirements, executive compensation, and even company organization have been brought under the microscope as the U.S banking system slowly but surely recovers from the depths of recession. This thorough overhaul of the regulation system, as well as record low interest rates, have made it very difficult for the investment community to gauge how well banks can perform in a regular, cyclical interest rate environment. So as the United States returns to a somewhat normal process of economic growth, even with a hyper-active Federal Reserve, how will banks fare in the new landscape? This uncertainty has caused...
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