Issues : Bank M&A
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.”
The financial benefits of FDIC deals continue to get a lot of well-deserved discussion. But what about the intangibles? After completing eight FDIC deals, one banker believes the intangibles are adding up.
A pending review of the Capital One/ING deal raises questions about bank acquisitions following Dodd-Frank.
A few observations on Capital One’s most recent acquisition of HBSC’s credit card business and how it aligns with their overall growth strategy.
Example of how four private equity firms successfully bid on a failed bank and why it's important to the industry.
Michael Sher, managing director of RSM McGladrey, discusses where FDIC-assisted deals go from here, and what mistakes bankers make when buying failed banks.