BVR's Webinar Series
Thursday, February 17, 2011
12:00am-2:00am PT • 3:00am-5:00am ET
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When BVR last visited the topic of bank valuations in August, 2008 the industry was in a very different place. Now, as the U.S. banking system crawls out of one of the worst periods in its history, new regulations, economic realities, and trends are providing a much different background for the valuation of banks.
In this webinar, expert Andrew Gibbs of Mercer Capital and attorney Chip MacDonald of Jones Day join us to discuss how the banking sector has changed and what it means for the bank valuations. Items to be discussed will include the economic climate, new regulations such as the Dodd-Frank Act and emerging trends in such areas as bookkeeping and employee benefits and compensation.
- Classic challenges in banking valuation
- What remains
- What's changed
- Changes since 2008
- Market changes
- Increased M&A activity
- Private equity involvement
- Regulator changes
- Implemented changes
- Proposed changes
- Dodd-Frank and its implications for the future
- Market changes
- What's ahead
- Learn what regulatory and market changes have meant and will mean for banking valuation
- Understand the full impact of the credit crisis on bank values and banking valuations, as we now understand them
- Clarify the current picture of the industry: what have the past crisis and its future recovery meant for the banking industry
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