At what price a regional bank?

Out of the regional/second tier banks do you have a preferred exposure? Which one is it at what are some of the reasons that make it attractive? Do you see opportunity for consolidation amongst the regional/second tier banks? Where does this make sense? Bendigo and Adelaide Bank holds more appeal than Bank of Queensland, for example, as it’s more diversified by geography and chiefly relies on deposits for funding. That’s also an advantage over the big four banks, though they’ve reduced their reliance on short-term overseas wholesale funding since the GFC. Despite benefiting from the resources boom, low unemployment and...

Out of the regional/second tier banks do you have a preferred exposure? Which one is it at what are some of the reasons that make it attractive? Do you see opportunity for consolidation amongst the regional/second tier banks? Where does this make sense?

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