Show you know something, anything at all, about this space. So many trading geniuses love to post about de-listing risk when a stock hovers around a dollar. It would need to close under $1.00 for 30 consecutive trading days. Then they would get the warning and would have 180 more days to close above $1.00 for 10 consecutive trading days. Even then, they typically get another 180 days if they ask for it. Finally, go look at how CRBC did after a reverse split. I'll answer for you, it did a 1-for-10 from roughly $0.70 to $7.00. Less than a year later they were acquired for $22.50 a share. And exactly why would they file BK with stellar capital ratios, and reserves, and relatively little NPLs left? I don't know why I waste my time responding to these ridiculous posts.