The Valuation Effect of US Bank Mergers over the Financial Crisis Period

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Conclusion
Synergy, the impression that the worth as well as presentation of two businesses joint will be superior to the amount of the distinct individual shares is one of the motives businesses merger. So in conclusion the factors which fatefully affect the intension the banks to go for the merger activity are liquidity location of the bank, scope of the bank, the loan attentiveness as well as loan consideration of the bank and lastly the quality of administration also affect the merger choice of the banks.

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