Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Gary Bronstein Featured Speaker at “The Map Book” for 2015: A Discussion of Bank M&A
WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 30) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Gary Bronstein will be the featured speaker at the Jefferies teleconference “The Map Book” For 2015: A Discussion of Bank M&A With Gary Bronstein, Esq.
Mr. Bronstein will be joined by Jefferies Senior Bank Research Analysts Ken Usdin, Casey Haire, and Emlen Harmon for a discussion of the bank M&A environment. This call coincides with this year’s publication of “The Map Book,” the bank team’s annual guide to franchise maps, deposit market share, and market demographics for the largest public/private banks and thrifts in the United States. As M&A activity picks up, The Map Book should serve as a handy reference tool to identify, understand, and analyze consolidation opportunities. Topics will include developments in the environment for bank M&A, spanning fundamental and regulatory considerations, board and executive management philosophy and urgency, and recent trends in deal structures and pricing.
Mr. Bronstein is a Team Leader of the firm's Financial Services team. He provides a broad spectrum of strategic advice to financial institution and public company clients. Mr. Bronstein concentrates on initial public offerings and other specialized public and private capital raising transactions, mergers and acquisitions, proxy contests and a host of other corporate and securities law matters that arise during the life of clients.
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