Community Bank Mergers & Acquisitions - Virtual

Mergers Webinars

May. 4 - May 5

This two-day, virtual workshop, which will include significant participant interaction with a “hands-on” approach, will explore all aspects of the current community bank M&A environment from both a buyer’s and seller’s perspective.

The current community bank mergers and acquisitions landscape is more different today than it ever has been. 

Community banks that are considering engaging in a merger or acquisition transaction, as either a buyer, seller or in a merger of equals, should fully understand the current environment and the various strategic issues that must be considered. 

Even if you intend to remain independent, understanding the M&A market will help better prepare your organization.

This two-day, virtual workshop, which will include significant participant interaction with a “hands-on” approach, will explore all aspects of the current community bank M&A environment from both a buyer’s and seller’s perspective. 

The two-day session will include lecture, interactive discussion, real-life examples and an exercise where participants work through financial models as well as a sample acquisition transaction. 

The workshop is specifically geared for community banks that are considering a merger or acquisition as a buyer, seller or in a merger of equals, as well as those who simply want to better understand the landscape and process in order to continue to pursue a strategy of independence.

Topics include:

  • Strategic considerations for buying and selling
  • Valuation and contract negotiation
  • Common mistakes of buyers and sellers
  • Maximizing value as a buyer or seller
  • Financial analysis and operational integration
  • Practical considerations such as management changes, social integration, disgruntled stockholders, regulatory approval, etc.

All time are in Central Time.
Tuesday, May 4

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

8:30 a.m. —Noon  
Noon—1:00 p.m. Private consultations by appointment 


Wednesday, May 5

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

8:30 a.m.—Noon 
Noon—1:00 p.m. Private consultations by appointment 


ICBA Members: (prior to April 5) $495 / (after April 5) $595
Nonmembers: $695
Nonbanker: $795

Bank Director Program ICBA Member: $395
Bank Director Program Nonmember: $495

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Who Should Attend: Presidents, CEO, Chairmen and Directors

Program Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: No previous experience and training necessary.
Delivery Method: Group-Live
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization

Jeffrey C. Gerrish

Chairman of the Board

Gerrish Smith Tuck

Greyson Tuck

Member, Board of Directors

Gerrish Smith Tuck

Philip K. Smith

President

Gerrish Smith Tuck