Issues : Bank M&A
Despite significant headwinds in the economy, the market for equipment finance acquisitions by banks should continue to be active in 2023.
The CEO of The PNC Financial Services Group shares his thoughts on M&A.
Rising rates and unrealized losses in bond portfolios portend an uncertain environment for bank M&A in 2023, but that standstill in dealmaking could prove to be temporary.
Some deals are taking a year or longer to get regulatory approval.
Crowe Partner Rick Childs outlines the dynamics clouding the outlook for dealmaking, based on Bank Director’s 2023 Bank M&A Survey.
Community focus makes mutual banks less likely to engage in M&A.
Addressing these four critical issues can help prospective buyers recognize and capitalize on potential merger opportunities while still managing risk.
While a transaction with a non-traditional buyer may be more challenging for a selling community bank, it can present an appealing, lucrative alternative.
Most banks find they are not equipped with the people, processes and technology integral to achieving the desired results from a merger.
Rising interest rates and their impact on valuations are just some of the factors that could hamper M&A in 2023.