Issues : Bank M&A
Steve Kent of River Branch Capital LLC outlines the board’s role in the M&A process including negotiations, due diligence and after the deal is done.
This infographic, based on the results of the 2015 Bank M&A Survey, examines how bank boards focus on deal making as a line of business.
M&A strategy, and what is happening in the market, is an increasingly frequent topic on bank boards. Here are the terms you need to know to begin the discussion.
As we head towards 2015, the need and desire to grow exists at virtually every financial institution, writes Bank Director’s President Al Dominick. These three deals reflect the different paths available to a bank's board.
There are significant opportunities and risks on the deposit side of the equation.
Arnold & Porter attorneys write about how to make sure your M&A deal is regulator-proof.
Rick Childs of Crowe Horwath LLP writes about trends in CDI values and how to get the accounting correct to avoid problems later.
Bank Director President Al Dominick writes about why earnings are becoming more important than tangible book value.
Attorneys Richard Arenburg and Michael Shumaker of Bryan Cave LLP discuss what the board should know about potential compensation problems during an acquisition or sale.
Bank of Houston had a decision to make: Go public, or ride Independent Bank’s wave.