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How to handle the formidable challenges of dealing with regulatory and shareholder concerns when it comes to M&A.
Adam Mustafa, managing director of Invictus Consulting Group, shares why half of the banks across the country will need to participate in M&A in order to survive over the long-haul.
A few observations on Capital One’s most recent acquisition of HBSC’s credit card business and how it aligns with their overall growth strategy.
Bank directors should be wary of discussing M&A deals with potential partners without the knowledge of the full board. Bryan Cave's Jonathan Hightower explains why.
What's the outlook for community banks for the next few years? Atlanta attorneys Jim McAlpin and Walt Moeling of Bryan Cave share the results from their survey of investment bankers, equity analysts and consultants on the future of banking.
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.
Crowe Horwath’s Rick Childs offers an update on M&A and what is holding down activity.
Aaron DiRusso of Raymond James shares the pros and cons of buying and/or selling branches in today's economic environment.
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.
A pending review of the Capital One/ING deal raises questions about bank acquisitions following Dodd-Frank.
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