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.
This program is eligible for self-study CPE credit
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- 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
- What’s ahead
- Identify key economic and regulatory indexes and indicators that affect both banking performance and bank valuation methodologies
- Define which bank metrics have the greatest impact on bank values and how appraisers should incorporate this information into their conclusion of value
- Define a Texas Ratio
- Associate key trends in economics and banking regulation that are likely to affect bank values and valuations in the near and long-term future
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Business Valuation
Program Level: Advanced
Preparation Required: None
Delivery Method: QAS Self-Study
Recommended CPE: 2 (Specialized Knowledge & Applications)
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