Structuring Bank Mergers and Acquisitions: Overcoming Capital Requirement Hurdles and Other Regulatory Demands
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss current trends in bank M&As, the legal and regulatory hurdles that must be considered, the different ways banks can approach and structure a merger or consolidation deal, and best practices for due diligence.
- Current trends and opportunities in bank M&As
- Legal and regulatory issues in bank M&A deals
- Due diligence in a bank acquisition
- General fframework of a merger agreement
- Pricing and consideration--cash vs. stock, or combination
- Exchange ratio adjustments
- Bank specific reps and warranties
- Bank specific covenants
- Closing conditions
- Termination provisions
The panel will review these and other material questions:
- What are the key drivers behind bank mergers and consolidations?
- What are the legal and regulatory issues to consider in a bank M&A deal?
- What are the reps and warranties and covenants to include in the merger documents?
- What are the most effective due diligence strategies for parties on both sides of a bank merger deal?
Mark C. Kanaly
Alston & Bird
Mr. Kanaly's practice focuses on transactional and regulatory issues confronted by companies in the financial... | Read More
Mr. Kanaly's practice focuses on transactional and regulatory issues confronted by companies in the financial services and real estate securities arenas. His clients include banks, thrifts, specialty finance companies, real estate investment vehicles, hedge funds, broker-dealers and investment advisers. He assists clients with mergers, acquisitions, corporate formations, restructurings and regulatory issues.Close
C. Robert Monroe
Mr. Monroe serves as counsel to well over 100 financial institutions. He has significant experience in matters... | Read More
Mr. Monroe serves as counsel to well over 100 financial institutions. He has significant experience in matters involving bank and bank holding company mergers and formations, branch acquisitions, conversion to S-Corporations, negotiating regulatory orders, bank examination issues, prompt corrective actions, reorganizations, director and officer liability issues, and lender liability issues.Close