Financial Stability Considerations for Analyzing Bank Mergers

By Greg Baer, ​​Bill Nelson and Paige Pidano Paridon (May 16, 2022, 5:43 p.m. EDT) — Financial stability issues related to bank mergers are a hot topic. Since the enactment of the Dodd-Frank Act in 2010, federal banking agencies have considered financial stability risks when evaluating proposed bank mergers and acquisitions and have found in each case that they do not oppose not on approval.

However, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is currently seeking comments on a review of the framework for assessing financial stability risks that could arise from a merger involving a large bank.[1] Its request for information deplores the growing consolidation of the banking sector, in accordance with a recent executive order directing federal agencies to…

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