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Current regulatory pressures and capital scarcity create complicated challenges for distressed community banks. As pressures to raise capital mount, banks tend to act hastily, neglecting key aspects of an effective capital-raising strategy and digging an even deeper capital “hole.” While developing an effective capital-raising strategy can be daunting, responsible preparation and planning, and disciplined rigorous project management, can increase a bank’s chance of success. This article provides 12 fundamental strategies that form the backbone of a successful capital-raising strategy.
This special report is excerpted from The Banking Law Journal, Steven A. Meyerowitz, Esq., Editor-in-Chief. Articles from The Banking Law Journal regularly receive national awards for excellence in legal writing.
Steven A. Meyerowitz is a graduate of Harvard Law School. Mr. Meyerowitz was an attorney for a prominent Wall Street law firm for nearly five years before founding Meyerowitz Communications Inc., a law firm marketing communications consulting company that works with some of the largest and most successful law firms in the country. He has written scores of articles on law firm marketing and management for publications including The New York Times and the ABA Journal, and is a columnist for the New York Law Journal, a contributing writer for The Pennsylvania Lawyer Magazine (published by the Pennsylvania Bar Association), Marketing Law Editor of Marketing Management Magazine (published by the American Marketing Association) and managing editor of the Federal Bar Council News. In addition, he is the author of a book on marketing, sales, and advertising law.See all works by Mr. Meyerowitz