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Ben Plotkin, EVP of Steifel, Nicolaus Weisel, shares his insight on what the future holds for FDIC-assisted transactions, and what that means for M&A activity in 2011.
Cornerstone Research finds the pace of FDIC lawsuits increases to at least 32 so far this year. At this rate, 2013 will have more than double the number of lawsuits filed as last year.
Like it or not, the regulators have a job to do and the bankers who take the long view on regulatory relations will come out ahead of the game.
Cornerstone Research staff discusses 2012 trends in FDIC lawsuits against officers and directors of financial institutions.
With a likely deadline of July 21, 2012 approaching, this checklist will assist U.S. bank holding companies with more than $50 billion in assets in submitting a living will.
John Depman of KPMG writes about the transformation of the banking industry and what kind of banks will survive in the coming years.
Rick Childs, director for Crowe Horwath LLP's financial advisory services group, discusses the pros and cons of traditional M&A vs. FDIC-Assisted transactions as potential growth options in 2011.
Austin Associates’ Rick Maroney predicts 20 percent consolidation in the banking industry in the next five years, much of that in the small bank space.
Dennis Gustafson, SVP & Financial Institutions Practice Leader of AH&T Insurance, explores how changes at an institution can impact its risk profile as perceived by the underwriters.
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