Banks Must Lower Expectations to Jump-Start M&A
By Neil Hartman and Ken Siegman as featured in American Banker
Date : June 27, 2013
Ken Siegman and Neil Hartman of West Monroe Partners' Banking practice stress the need for institutions to realize that given the relative health of their asset portfolios and the current regulatory environment, valuations and deal prices will be below historical averages.

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