IndustryWatch - Although there has been a dearth of big-bucks m&a involving U.S. banks recently, a cluster of smallish acquisitions of U.S. banks by foreign buyers have been logged on the dealmaking roster. The deals, undertaken largely by first-time buyers who want to test the American market, may have the aim of gaining experience for the buyers in running an open-architecture institution.
|Year of Publication:||
|Type of Publication:||Article|
|Title record from database:|| OLC-SSG Economic Sciences|
|Availability:||More access options|
|More options (other):|
|Description not available.|