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By Putting UBPR and Call Reports Under the Microscope with Qaravan, Investors and Bank Stakeholders Can Gain Meaningful Insight Far Beyond Raw Data

The banking industry is unique in the amount of regulatory scrutiny it is subject to, much of which is in the form of self-reporting. Since legislation was passed in 1975 in response to the failure of two federally chartered institutions (United States National Bank and Franklin National Bank), every national bank, state bank, federal savings bank, federal savings association, and credit union is mandated by law to report highly standardized and detailed information about its operations to a central authority, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC).

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More Efficient Access to U.S. Capital Markets

Many foreign issuers are unaware that there are limitations as to what can be achieved by solely listing in their home (primary) market.  At a time of continued uncertainty around fiscal and monetary policies, the influence of geopolitical factors and their impact on the global economy, gaining access to the U.S. capital markets is imperative for many international companies.  Now more than ever, companies must consider efficient ways to expand their global footprint and engage a U.S. audience to broaden and diversify their shareholder base. Continue reading “More Efficient Access to U.S. Capital Markets”

OTC Markets Group Top Performing Banks Report by Qaravan: 2Q 2019

Advanced Data Analysis Helps Connect the Dots to Highlight the Nation’s Top Performing Community Banks

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New Independent Study: Benefits for International Companies Trading on OTCQX

We often hear questions from foreign issuers and their respective exchanges surrounding the decision to pursue secondary trading in the U.S. Many harbor the misconception that cross-trading in the U.S. will lead to a loss of trading volume and drain in liquidity from their primary home market. Continue reading “New Independent Study: Benefits for International Companies Trading on OTCQX”

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