The Art of Bank M&A: Buying, Selling, Merging, and Investing in Regulated Depository Institutions in the New Environment Hardback
Part of the The Art of M&A Series series
Up-to-date guidance for conducting a successfulM&A for banks and financial institutionsThe simmering economic climate since the financial crisis faces a front of new competition and sweeping regulatory reforms expected to drive the U.S. banking sector into consolidation in the next ten years.
Capitalizing on the upcoming opportunities will take strategically focused preparation.
The Art of Bank M&A is the unprecedented guide to mastering the merger and acquisition of a bank and any other financial institution. M&A transactions involving financial businesses take place in a framework of regulation, which makes them greatly different from those of commercial companies.
The specialized coverage in this one-of-a-kind guide givesyou an insider's interpretation of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, along with the most popular techniques and strategies used to shed and acquire financial entities within the regulation.
Straightforward explanations and instructive examples from the real world reveal:Major changes in banking law and unique considerations for bank holding companiesThe why and how of bank M&As, including how banks achieve growth and valueHow to value and validate financial businesses, including the basic steps for determining a price range topurchase a bankTrends in practices, controversy, and reporting for transborder bank M&As, including a convenient summary of inbound and outbound transaction regulationsWhere to find opportunity in distressed and insolvent banksM&A is the most powerful and risky weapon in financial strategy, and like other books in The Art of M&A series, this latest title gives you everything you need to be savvy in the M&A arena.
To prepare for the coming surgein bank mergers and acquisitions, turn to the unmatched, sector-specific guidance in The Art of Bank M&A. Whether you're a senior bank manager, a government regulator, or an individual investor, The Art of Bank M&A covers everything you need to know about the unique economic structures of banks and financial institutions and the federal regulations they must operatewithin.
Sweeping changes brought on by the Dodd-Frank Act as well as the new economic environment still emerging from the 2007-2009 financial crisis makes this timely guide a must-read for everyone involved in banking and M&A.From valuing a business entity to post-merger integration, this conveniently organized guide walks you through every important step of a bank M&A, including:The regulatory framework of bank mergers, and the strategies and standards driving the transactionThe reasons behind banks combining their resources,processes, and responsibilities through mergersHow to put a price on the value one financial entity brings to anotherHow banks create value through synergy250 critical questions on the minds of today's forward-thinking professionalsEven if you're not directly involved in M&A transactions, this book provides both institutional and individual investors with useful information on the latest investment vehicles and strategies for making money on bank stocks. Before opportunity washes away, learn The Art of Bank M&A.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 368 pages, 50 Illustrations, unspecified
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- Publication Date: 16/12/2013
- Category: Banking
- ISBN: 9780071799560