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  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: July 22nd, 2011

Joining Forces to Capitalize a New Bank

Example of how four private equity firms successfully bid on a failed bank and why it's important to the industry.

  • Issues | Strategy
  • Published: December 28th, 2012

Eight Changes To Expect in 2013

Industry experts answer the question: What will be the biggest change in banking in 2013?

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: October 17th, 2011

Intangible Benefits of FDIC Deals

The financial benefits of FDIC deals continue to get a lot of well-deserved discussion. But what about the intangibles? After completing eight FDIC deals, one banker believes the intangibles are adding up.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: January 18th, 2011

Optimists, Welcome.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: March 8th, 2013

The Anatomy of a Merger of Equals

Frank Cicero of Jefferies & Company, Inc., describes the structure and benefits of a true merger of equals transaction.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: May 1st, 2012

A Checklist for Buyers and Sellers

Molly Curl, a bank regulatory national advisory partner at Grant Thornton LLP, lays out the key considerations in an M&A transaction for both buyers and sellers.

  • Issues | Strategy
  • Published: February 7th, 2011

Growing through Relationships

Two bank CEOs share the success of growing their institutions despite the challenging economy and it's impact on the financial services industry.

  • Issues | Analyst Forum
  • Published: January 2nd, 2013

The Consolidation Wave That Wasn’t

Crowe Horwath LLP looks at the reasons why deal volume has been so low.

  • Issues | Strategy
  • Published: December 7th, 2010

The Recipe for Success at Reliant Bank

Reliant Bank, a $400-million community bank, shares how they managed growth in assets from 2008 to 2010 despite one of the worst economic downturns this country as faced since the 1930s.

  • Issues | Strategy
  • Published: February 10th, 2011

Timing is everything, if you're prepared.

Carl Chaney, President and CEO, of Hancock Holding Company shares how his team saw opportunity to grow in the face of hurricane Katrina.

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