California Has Potential for More M&A, Stronger Pricing
As featured in American Banker
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Date : May 30, 2014

Ken Siegman, a managing director in our banking practice, was featured in a recent American Banker article that highlights how smaller banks in California could be feeling pressure from a new breed of regional players that are expanding. In the article Ken points out that California's pricing has been muted by deals with relatively unhealthy sellers and that the state is primed for more activity and stronger pricing as more banks pursue acquisitions.

To read the full article as it appeared in American Banker, please click here.

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