FootnotedPro: Long-term risks to bank income

July 2, 2010

The slow season for filings is a mixed blessing: It lets us spend a little more time with the filings that do come in. But at the same time, there’s less in the way of clear-cut, compelling material for FootnotedPro, our subscription service for professional investors.

So we took the opportunity to go back and dig a little deeper into some bank filings, and touch base with some of the accounting gurus we know. What we found, and put in the FootnotedPro report we published yesterday, is a simmering issue that’s going to be increasingly important to banks as they work through the aftermath of the financial crisis — banks ranging from giants like Wells Fargo (WFC) to smaller outfits like Zion Bancorp. (ZION) and Umpqua Holdings (UMPQ).

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