Issues : Bank M&A
The pandemic has complicated the crucial accounting that banks must perform when considering the benefits of a merger or acquisition.
Recessions often stimulate an M&A market where the fates of winners and losers are intertwined.
Bank executives should review their strategic plans and capital plans for post-pandemic risks, challenges, potential opportunities and future goals.
In today’s economic uncertainty, how can bank directors and management properly value capital raising and M&A initiatives?
Prospective buyers need to address five crucial non-financial topics as they look for strong merger partners.
Acquiring a partner with similar values and maintaining its strategic focus helped Sandy Spring Bancorp overcome the challenges of integrating during a pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused pending deals to be extended or terminated, but could create opportunity for patient buyers and sellers.
What can banks of all sizes learn from the industry’s top acquirers?
Community institutions must evolve in order to stay relevant in the face of an emerging breed of supercharged, technology-fueled banks.
Banks should continue M&A planning, albeit with different considerations given the widespread uncertainty surrounding the new coronavirus and its impact on banks.