Issues : Bank M&A
A pair of large bank deals have sparked hope that bank M&A is back, but a closer look at industrywide trends may temper that enthusiasm.
What are the most common integration mistakes made by acquirers?
A December 2018 Delaware Supreme Court ruling about a “material adverse effect” could change how some banks approach their next deal.
There are several lessons to learn from the biggest U.S. bank merger in a decade.
Acquiring banks have a strong currency. Will that drive more deals?
The banking industry has transformed profoundly since Bank Director began hosting its marquee event 25 years ago.
Rick Childs of Crowe LLP shares his insights on the banking environment, based on the 2019 Bank M&A Survey.
This exclusive analysis from the 2019 Bank M&A Survey examines what separates active acquirers from opportunistic ones.
Mergers and acquisitions in the banking industry historically have been relatively straight forward, but things are beginning to change.
Can we expect a wave of regional bank M&A in 2019?