Contributor : Rob Fleetwood
Banks contemplating a merger of equals transaction should consider these seven factors.
Mergers and acquisitions in the banking industry historically have been relatively straight forward, but things are beginning to change.
Here are some of the things that parties should keep in mind to help mitigate the effects of a potential transaction getting called off.
Potential acquirers should continue to be mindful of their capital levels and how that may affect their ability to conduct a transaction.
This article describes the potential risks of Community Reinvestment Act ratings in an acquisition, and how to mitigate them.
Some banks have gone to great lengths to prepare for the future. Others haven’t begun to think about it. Here are key questions to ask your management team about your strategic plan.
Increasing demands for capital and the trickle down impact of the Dodd-Frank Act are topics for the upcoming Bank Audit Committee Conference in June.
Robert Fleetwood, a partner in Chicago-based law firm Barack Ferrazzano, discusses the increasing importance of audit committees understanding capital issues and the one thing all audit committee members should do.