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Defining your Bank under CRA

What determines how our regulatory agency will define whether we are a small, intermediate small, or large bank for CRA purposes?

The regulatory agency will base their CRA performance tests and standards by first looking at the bank’s asset size to delineate if the bank is a “small bank”, an “intermediate small bank”, or a “large bank”. The asset size threshold is defined within the regulation. Keep in mind, a bank can choose to utilize a different performance standard and communicate that to the agency prior to a CRA exam.

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