Brian Kleinhanzl - Keefe, Bruyette & Woods


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Eventually, for the smaller banks to outperform, concerns about the overall economy need to dissipate. Better economic growth usually leads to better lending growth and in that environment the yield curve steepens as
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Jun 09 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Brian Kleinhanzl is associated, including US, Citi, and rate. Most recently, Brian Kleinhanzl has been quoted saying: “We believe the combination of higher rates and political uncertainty weighed on loan growth in the first quarter, and political uncertainty around tax reform and the ultimate success of a pro-growth agenda may weigh on second-quarter loan growth.” in the article Why this week is critical for banks, and the Trump economy.
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Oct 13 2016

Everyone wanted to have someone's head on a plate and now they do. Now that he's gone, you go on to the next

Oct 05 2016

We are not expecting much clarity from WFC management about the potential fallout but we have incorporated some negative impacts in our forward

Sep 20 2016

They need to do the

Aug 18 2016

Citi management owes investors an explanation as to how they are going to get capital out of the

Jul 20 2016

We aren't buying into it just yet. The environment is fragile because if there is just one negative event, investors will move to the

Jul 12 2016

We do need rates to rise to not have earnings pressure going

Jul 12 2016

There still will be Brexit impacts. That's not good for bank stocks,

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