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Volume 2014 - Number 39

October 16, 2014

A New Player Involved in Mortgage M&A Activity: Mid-Sized Commercial Banks

Mid-sized commercial banks are starting to turn up as potential buyers of mortgage banking franchises again, a trend that has not been seen in years, according to investment bankers that ply their trade in the space. ďIím working on two deals right now where the buyers are well capitalized commercial banks,Ē said Larry Charbonneau, a principal in Charbonneau & Associates, a boutique advisory firm based in Spring, TX. Charbonneau said he cannot identify the buyers due to non-disclosure agreements, but hopes to eventually. He noted that both banks have assets in the $2 billion to $3 billion range. ďOne of the banks isnít...

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