M&A and Banking
The banking landscape has witnessed tremendous change in the past twenty months. Most banks are facing new and stricter regulations by the government and a lack of capital. To fulfill the capital requirements, many are seeking support from stronger banks to invest in their equity. On the other hand, many of the stronger banks are more interested in making Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) assisted deals in the near future. Our M&A and banking resources can help you in your efforts to stay on top of banking issues as the economy takes an upturn.
|Top 10 issues for banking M&A in 2013: Seeking clarity and opportunity to re-energize the market
The U.S. banking industry is seeking economic and regulatory clarity in 2013 as organizations consider strategic, targeted opportunities that could re-energize the mergers and acquisitions market.
|Divestiture Survey Report 2013: Sharpening your strategy
Deloitte's third survey report of trends in divestitures and carve-outs combines input from approximately 150 professionals who have been involved in divestitures or carve-outs and includes insights from Deloitte's experience in the marketplace.
|Deal or no deal: Can busted M&A deals be avoided?
By identifying targets with low quality financial reporting early, CFOs can factor in the potential added costs and decide if the deal is one they should continue to pursue.
|Deloitte Insights podcast: The Volcker Rule - Banking and investment management M&A catalyst?
A challenge to the status quo may highlight M&A opportunities in the financial services industry.
|Banking: Financial reform takes the spotlight
In this episode of Deloitte Insights, our professionals discuss new opportunities in the M&A marketplace, as well as how banks should take new laws and regulations into account when developing M&A strategies.
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