Keefe, Bruyette & Woods sees more banks entering the market as buyers than sellers in 2012,...


Keefe, Bruyette & Woods sees more banks entering the market as buyers than sellers in 2012, in a good sign for banks looking to find an acquirer willing to pay a premium price. Analysts with Keefe say that after a little over two months into the year, the pace of +$50M deals is more than double than that of last year.

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