Issues : Bank M&A
Since the financial crisis, banking M&A has been on the rise, as more and more buyers and sellers are getting off the sidelines and into the game.
A New Delaware M&A Case Is a Warning to Investment Bankers: Take Care That You Don’t Mislead the Board
John J. Gorman of the law firm Luse Gorman writes about a new court case that impacts liability in M&A cases.
Peter Weinstock of Hunton & Williams LLP shares his predictions for bank M&A.
In bank acquisitions, it pays to focus on more than the size of your institution.
Through early planning for compliance with Section 280G of the Internal Revenue Code, banks can avoid saddling senior executives with punishing excise taxes, or the bank with expensive gross up payments.
Many of the nation’s banks feel the need to grow significantly, but credit quality concerns could lead to future loan quality problems and impact the level of consolidation within the industry.
West Monroe Partners’ John Stockamp writes about strategies to employ before an acquisition.
Some banks are missing out on productivity goals after a merger or acquisition.
This article describes the questions to ask about a pending M&A deal.
Consolidation is on the rise, but bank M&A may end 2015 slightly below 2014.