Bank Holding Company Association



2019 BHCA Fall Seminar: M&A as a Strategy for Maintaining Independence

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PRESENTATION HANDOUTS

Day 1: Monday, Oct. 7

1. The State of the Community Bank M&A Landscape by Curtis Carpenter and John Adams, Sheshunoff

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2. Organic vs. Inorganic Growth: Risks & Rewards by Kirk Hovde, Hovde Group LLC

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3. Creating a Currency Every Bank Desires by Gary Svec, Performance Trust Capital Partners

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4. To Buy or Not to Buy: Assessing Growth Options, by Kevin O’Keefe, Sandler O’Neill + Partners, and Peter Chapman, Great Western Bancorporation

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5. What You Need to Know About the Current Economy, by Chris Kuehl, Armada Corporate Intelligence

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6. Successful Strategies to Grow, Thrive and Remain Independent, by Karen Grandstrand, Fredrikson & Byron, and Craig Dahl, TCF Financial

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7. Interdependence as a Strategy for Maintaining Independence, by Neil Falken, CLA

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8. From $30 MM to $1 B and Beyond: The Park Financial Group Story, by David Saber, Park Financial Group and Joseph Ceithaml, Barack Ferrazzano

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Day 2: Tuesday, Oct. 8

1. A Case Study on How an MOE Can Make an Effective M&A Strategy, by Anton Moch, Winthrop & Weinstine, and  Paul Sirek, Eide Bailly

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2. Staying Independent: The Best of Both Worlds, by Craig Mueller and David Stieber, Oak Ridge Financial

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3. Integration Issues in a Bank Acquisition or Merger, by Scott Coleman, Ballard Spahr, LLP, and  Rich Hoban, Frandsen Financial Corporation

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4. Relationships are at the Heart of Leadership in Community Banking by William George, Harvard Business School, former Medtronic CEO

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Hope to see you next year!

If you have any questions on these handouts, please email Kelly@theBHCA.org

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