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Xenith Bank average salary is $34,000, median salary is $34,000 with a salary range from $34,000 to $34,000.
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Credit Analyst 34,000-34,000 Richmond, VA, 23218 2011 Xenith Bank Credit Analyst Salaries (1)
Xenith Bank Richmond, VA Salaries
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  • Xenith Bank
  • Industry: Banks
  • City: Richmond, VA
  • Since the early 1990¡¯s, Virginia¡¯s statewide banks have steadily disappeared as consolidation has washed over the industry. Today, the banking landscape in Virginia (and most other states) looks like a ¡®barbell.¡¯ Community banks represent one end of the barbell, and large nationwide ¡®megabanks¡¯ represent the other. While both serve certain segments well, we do not believe that either group adequately meets the needs of the segments we have targeted. Community banks are typically constrained by capital resources, and megabanks are hampered by their organizational structure. Xenith intends to reside in the middle of the barbell with substantial capital resources, local