The Bank Merger and Acquisitions Handbook is a how-to manual for lawyers who must analyze a potential transaction or who are faced with an agency review of the competitive effects of a proposed transaction that would combine banking institutions. Its focus is practical; complementing the Antitrust Section's other publications on merger review including Mergers and Acquisitions, and the Premerger Notification Practice Manual. This book addresses those aspects of bank merger review that are unique to banking institutions - such as the statutory framework, banking agency review, and Justice Department standards - and draws on learning from recent transactions in which one or more of the reviewing agencies raised concerns. It should be helpful to both antitrust lawyers and banking lawyers faced with a bank merger and to banking lawyers faced with a transaction that presents substantive competition issues.In this case, we not only looked at issues in small and middle market business lending but also at what effect, if any, this transaction would have in credit cards issuing and processing, as well as ATM networks. Neither credit card issuing nor anbsp;...
|Title||:||Bank Mergers and Acquisitions Handbook|
|Author||:||American Bar Association. Section of Antitrust Law|
|Publisher||:||American Bar Association - 2006|