Issues : Bank M&A
Crowe Horwath LLP’s Paul Osborne raises 10 questions banks should ask before buying.
When considering a merger or acquisition, it’s critical to review not just the target’s tax situation but the potential resulting tax situation of the acquirer.
Low valuations are leading some banks to consider strategic mergers. Here’s what to consider in such a deal.
Molly Curl, a bank regulatory national advisory partner at Grant Thornton LLP, lays out the key considerations in an M&A transaction for both buyers and sellers.
Daniel Bass of FBR Capital Markets & Co., talks about how to go about acquiring fee-based businesses.
While many tax attributes may be attractive to potential acquirers or investors, the application of Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 382 may significantly reduce the benefit of these attributes.
A banker who successfully raised more than $400 million in the equity markets talks about how to get it done.
The results of an email survey conducted by Bank Director and Crowe Horwath LLP shows the market for bank deals isn’t likely to change any time soon.
Asian banks aren’t much interested in the U.S. market. But they are interested in Asia.
Stifel’s Ben Plotkin gives an update of the banking industry at a crossroads. Profits and valuations will be impacted in the years ahead, and the industry will have to come to terms with the “new normal.”