Issues : Bank M&A
This report, exclusive to DirectorCorps members, reveals merger and acquisition plans for banks below $5 billion in assets, and finds that bank directors and officers at the smallest banks are most likely to say banking is not enjoyable anymore.
Rick Childs of Crowe Horwath LLP reviews key findings from the 2014 Bank Director & Crowe Horwath LLP Bank M&A survey.
FinPro’s Dennis Gibney writes about how to handle regulatory issues in a merger or acquisition.
Jeff Baker and Robert Browne of McGladrey LLP write about the motivations of buyers and sellers in mergers and acquisitions.
Jonathan Wegner describes the benefits and potential hurdles to doing a deal with a closely held bank.
Rick Childs and Chad Kellar write about loan valuation during an acquisition.
Hovde Group analyzes efficiency to determine its real value for an organization.
More bank executives and directors expect to do a deal in 2014, but regulatory approval is a big concern, according to the latest results of Bank Director’s annual Bank M&A Survey.
M&A activity has been heating up among financial institutions. But the road to a blissful union isn’t always a smooth one. Moss Adams outlines five key compliance issues to look out for.
A panel of experts and advisors discusses what bank boards typically understand the least about M&A.