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For many community banks, there is a total lack of liquidity in the ownership of shares. As a result, many stockholders who desire to sell their shares are unable to do so. Likewise, many boards and management fail to recognize the importance of finding ways to create liquidity through appropriately designed stock repurchase programs or other mechanisms. This session focuses on stockholder liquidity needs and how bank boards and management can address and resolve them.