With bank M&A in 2021 catching up after a pandemic-induced pause, aggregate deal value in 2022 could near $60 billion, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence analyst Nathan Stovall.
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Bank M&A activity is on pace to exceed pre-pandemic levels as institutions seek scale to combat the challenging earnings environment.
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Expect the 2021 M&A environment to be shaped on the one hand by long-running pressures to sell balanced on the other hand by concerns about post-pandemic asset quality, the strengths of banks’ core businesses and valuation mismatches.