Issues : Bank M&A

article | Bank M&A September 30th, 2019

Sticking Points in Recent Community Bank Deals

Banks engaged in M&A have a wide-ranging amount of things to think about ahead of a deal, ranging from compensation to concentration.

By: John Reichert, Melissa York Lanksa
article | Bank M&A September 19th, 2019

How to Earn a Premium Bank Stock Valuation

Banks that seek a premium stock valuation should consider ways to increase the quality of their earnings.

By: Andrew O'Keefe
article | Bank M&A August 5th, 2019

2019 Mid-Year Bank M&A Outlook

Deposit competition and regulations could be among the drivers of bank deal activity for the rest of the year.

By: Matt Hutton
article | Bank M&A July 30th, 2019

How CECL Impacts Acquisitive Banks

Banks need to be prepared for how CECL will impact accounting for acquired loans.

By: Will Neeriemer, Steven Khoury
article | Bank M&A July 16th, 2019

The Evolving Buyer Landscape in Bank M&A

The buyers driving consolidation in the bank space continue to change, creating opportunities for new acquirers and prospective sellers.

By: Thomas Hayes
article | Bank M&A May 2nd, 2019

How Subchapter S Issues Could Snag a Sale

The Subchapter S election gives banks significant economic benefits, but that could be jeopardized in a sale by poor recordkeeping.

By: Chet Fenimore
video | Bank M&A April 30th, 2019

Building a Stronger Bank

Anthony Burnett of Level 5 explains how to make smart decisions about branches and staffing following an acquisition.

By: Anthony Burnett
article | Bank M&A April 24th, 2019

Consolidating Technology for a Merger of Equals

MOEs are under great pressure to capture the deal’s projected cost saves as quickly as possible. Here’s a 100-day plan to make that happen.

By: Quintin Sykes, Ryan Rackley
viewpoint | Bank M&A April 17th, 2019

Credit Due Diligence Is Even More Important Now

M&A credit due diligence must be treated as an anticipation of the future, not a validation of the past.

By: David Ruffin
video | Bank M&A April 16th, 2019

Integration: Keeping The Best

These three misconceptions prevent acquirers from successfully integrating a target.

By: Kim Snyder