Just because you can buy a bank, doesn't mean you should.
That's the pointed advice that some analysts are giving Sterling Bancorp in New York, an asset-based lender with a reputation for high-touch service that has helped it take share from bigger banks. After buying several specialty finance companies, Sterling executives are making it known they want to buy a bank in 2011.
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