Is your client looking to buy or sell a bank?
Mergers and acquisitions activity among community banks continues at a brisk pace in this post-Dodd-Frank Act era, with fewer of the transactions being for "sick banks." Large, healthy buyers have re-entered the market, and sellers are receiving more bids, or are engaging successfully with just one buyer in preemptive transactions.
Join experienced financial services professionals for a concise and practical discussion of the emerging M&A landscape among regional and community banks, and learn how your client can take advantage of the improving economic outlook to forge a successful transaction.
- return of bank M&A
- disciplined M&A pricing yielding better long term value
- capital drives M&A
- likelihood of M&A pricing returning to pre-crisis levels
- acquisition of problem banks and TARP deals
Ronald R. Glancz (Planning Chair), Venable LLP, Washington, DC
John B. Beaty, Venable LLP, Washington, DC
John E. Bowman, Venable LLP, Washington, DC
Thomas D. Washburne, Venable LLP, Washington, DC
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This replay was originally presented on October 16, 2013