Could Crisis Force European Banks to Sell Off US & International Assets? SNL Financial Releases Critical Analysis: How Eurozone Strategy May Impact Our Banking Landscape

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With all eyes on Greece and European banks facing funding pressures and capital shortfalls, a number of banking giants may ultimately be forced to sell assets outside of Europe, including those in the U.S., as they look to stabilize balance sheets amid growing uncertainty. SNL Financial's European banking analysis provides exclusive details and data.

Branches of European-owned banks

With European banks facing funding pressures and capital shortfalls, it seems likely that a number of banking giants may ultimately be forced to sell assets outside of Europe, including those in the U.S., as they look to stabilize their balance sheets amid growing uncertainty in their home markets.

As eurozone developments continue to take shape, SNL Financial's latest analysis provides insight into:

*European banking divestitures to North American buyers, listing buyers, sellers and targets.
*US banks owned by European companies, assets and deposits
*Color-coded map of branches of European-owned banks throughout the US.

Full report and exclusive analysis available HERE.

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