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  • adjective Furnished with too many banks (financial institutions).

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Examples

  • A reason the U.S. has been perennially "overbanked" (in the eyes of some analysts) is because investors keep starting new ones.

    The Bailout So Far

  • For instance, the weakest sovereigns in the Euro area are still the central and eastern European nations, and the stronger sovereigns are heavily leveraged into these countries through their "overbanked" system.

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  • With this being said, Italy is still "overbanked" and has banks of material size still sporting 100% Texas ratios as Italy has more than 2. 2% of its GDP consumed by its bank's non-performing assets.

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  • With this being said, Italy is still "overbanked" and has banks of material size still sporting 100% Texas ratios as Italy has more than 2. 2% of its GDP consumed by its bank's non-performing assets.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • With this being said, Italy is still "overbanked" and has banks of material size still sporting 100% Texas ratios as Italy has more than 2. 2% of its GDP consumed by its bank's non-performing assets.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • For instance, the weakest sovereigns in the Euro area are still the central and eastern European nations, and the stronger sovereigns are heavily leveraged into these countries through their "overbanked" system.

    Recent Commentaries | Safehaven.com

  • With this being said, Italy is still "overbanked" and has banks of material size still sporting 100% Texas ratios as Italy has more than 2. 2% of its GDP consumed by its bank's non-performing assets.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • With leading global investment banks setting up shop in India, domestic players fighting tooth and nail for mandates, and others catering to a niche segment of clients, India has become an overbanked market.

    Lazard India's Local Strategy Paying Off

  • With leading global investment banks setting up shop in India, domestic players fighting tooth and nail for mandates, and others catering to a niche segment of clients, India has become an overbanked market.

    Lazard India's Local Strategy Paying Off

  • The deal's collapse leaves the two lenders facing the daunting prospect of building sustainable businesses on their own in an overbanked market and under watchful eye of regulators.

    Shinsei to Raise Up To $1.1 Billion as Aozora Talks End

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