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Description - Assessing the Performance of Banking M&As in Europe by Rym Ayadi

The European banking sector consolidated at a rapid pace throughout the 1990s. It was pushed along by several concurrent factors: the deregulation of banking activities, the further integration of the European financial market, financial globalization, technological and financial innovations, the imperative of value creation, and the introduction of the euro. Far from slowing down, this consolidation process is expected to accelerate over the coming years. This book examines the performance of mergers and acquisitions (M& As) in the banking industry in Europe and introduces a new conceptual approach for assessing the phenomenon. The results show that the economic and financial performance of a banking M& A depends on its underlying strategy. This strategy is based on two factors: a bank's initial activities and its geographical reach. The book demonstrates that achieving the optimal combination of these two factors is critical to the success or failure of an M&A.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9789290797326
ISBN-10: 9290797320
Format: Paperback
(229mm x 152mm x mm)
Pages: 84
Imprint: Centre for European Policy Studies
Publisher: Centre for European Policy Studies
Publish Date: 28-Dec-2007
Country of Publication: Belgium

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Author Biography - Rym Ayadi

Rym Ayadi is senior research fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies and head of the Financial Institutions and Prudential Policy Research Program.