This article’s objective is twofold: a) to argued that mergers and acquisitions among banks do not always advantage the financial system’s stability or the merging banks’ profitability (against the current storytelling that M&As are panacean); b) to highlight some widespread worst practices in valuing aggregation synergies as well as the share exchange of merging banks, showing the ample range of discretionary/manoeuvrable values in capital valuation.

Venanzi, D. (2016). Banche: fusioni e worst practices nella valutazione. ECONOMIA E POLITICA, 8(12).

Banche: fusioni e worst practices nella valutazione

VENANZI, Daniela
2016-01-01

Abstract

This article’s objective is twofold: a) to argued that mergers and acquisitions among banks do not always advantage the financial system’s stability or the merging banks’ profitability (against the current storytelling that M&As are panacean); b) to highlight some widespread worst practices in valuing aggregation synergies as well as the share exchange of merging banks, showing the ample range of discretionary/manoeuvrable values in capital valuation.
Venanzi, D. (2016). Banche: fusioni e worst practices nella valutazione. ECONOMIA E POLITICA, 8(12).
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