The Southeast Bank of Texas in the Financial Crisis

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Robert C. Pozen, Benjamin Schneider
Harvard Business School ()

The Southeast Bank of Texas, like most other financial institutions in the United States, went through difficult times during last year’s financial crisis. Now, in March 2009, the bank faces several options due to the new reforms that emerged from the financial crisis: the FDIC’s temporary liquidity guarantee program and the Treasury Department’s capital purchase program. Furthermore, the implementation of BASEL II has brought with it new regulations for banks’ capital requirements. Irwin Greff, Chairman and CEO of Southeast Bank, faces several decisions about how to proceed with this new policy that is sure to shape the bank’s future.

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