Issues : Bank M&A

Article | February 3rd, 2017

The Banking Themes of 2017: What to Expect

Expect rate increases, higher bank M&A volume and core earnings growth in the year ahead.

By: Dory A. Wiley
BD Article
Video | January 31st, 2017

Insights from Acquire or Be Acquired 2017

Industry experts provide their perspective on the trends impacting M&A and growth.

By: Bank Director Staff Writer
BD Article
Article | January 31st, 2017

Does the Sharp Increase in Bank Stock Prices Create a Seller’s Dilemma?

Bank stock prices have been fed by Miracle Grow since the election of President Donald Trump.

By: Jack Milligan, editor-at-large for Bank Director
Video | January 27th, 2017

Navigating Today’s M&A Market

Rick Childs of Crowe Horwath LLP shares his perspective on the results of the 2017 Bank M&A Survey.

By: Rick Childs
Article | January 27th, 2017

M&A Alert for Banks: Preparing to Be a Buyer

If you are considering whether to buy another bank, consider your strategic options.

By: Peter Weinstock
Bank Services
Article | January 19th, 2017

Rising Stock Prices Could Impact Deal Market

This article takes a look at M&A activity in 2016 with an eye toward how the environment could change in 2017.

By: Jack Milligan, editor-at-large for Bank Director
viewpoint | January 16th, 2017

Bottling the Magic of Small Bank Success

Smaller community banks have been at the heart of America’s growth and prosperity for hundreds of years and are integral to their communities.

By: Wyatt Jenkins
viewpoint | January 16th, 2017

Why Good Banks Sell for Lower P/E Multiples

This article explains why high performing banks may not get the premium they might expect in a sale.

By: Douglas Hillhouse
viewpoint | January 16th, 2017

Where Does Texas Bank M&A Go From Here?

The U.S. banking market has witnessed a change in the "Texas premium."

By: Brian Johnson
viewpoint | January 16th, 2017

When to Raise Capital in an Acquisition?

Potential acquirers should continue to be mindful of their capital levels and how that may affect their ability to conduct a transaction.

By: Rob Fleetwood