Regulators may be more open to selling failed banks to nontraditional owners — or maybe there are just fewer buyers.
Bond Street Bank's purchase of the $350 million-asset Premier America Bank in Miami on Friday "could signal one of two things, which are both interesting," said Dan Bass, the managing director in the Houston office of Carson Medlin Co.
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