"Announcing 'The Map Book' for 2016: A Discussion of Bank M&A," Conference Call, Hosted by Jefferies, April 2016.
Jefferies Senior Bank Research Analysts Ken Usdin, Casey Haire, and Emlen Harmon host Gary Bronstein, Partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, for a discussion of the bank M&A environment. This call coincides with this year’s publication of “The Map Book”, the bank team’s annual guide to franchise maps, deposit market share, and market demographics for the largest public/private banks and thrifts in the United States. As M&A activity picks up, The Map Book should serve as a handy reference tool to identify, understand, and analyze consolidation opportunities.
-Developments in the environment for bank M&A, spanning fundamental and regulatory considerations
-Board and executive management philosophy and urgency
-Recent trends in deal structures and pricing
Date and Time:
10:00 AM EDT/15:00 GMT, Friday, April 29 2016
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Conference ID#: 1782227
A replay will be available starting 2 hours after the conclusion of the call until May 13, 2016
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Conference ID#: 1782227
Friday, April 29, 2016-
Conference Call, Hosted by Jefferies
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