June 21, 2004


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  • This article is very interesting. It shows clearly the evolution of mergers.
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  • Margin contraction, competition, and management issues are likely to accelerate the number of mergers. The record will be broken during 2004.
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  • Great article, but part of the table appears to be missing ('03 & '04)
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  • The first hypertext link (click here) to see all mergers in the last five years didn't work for me. The second link (those over $50 mil) did. Anyway, I appreciate the info and like this kind of data for Board and mgmt education as we contemplate the possibility of mergers in our future.
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  • the staff, management and board structure of mergers would be very interesting to understand.
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  • I guess to survive, there is strength in pooling one's resources. Combined efforts, is a good thing!
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  • It's a fact of life, little CU's cannot compete and have outlived their purpose. It is simply a matter of merge or die a slow death.
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  • Creditunion mergers are one of the best ways small creditunions can compete against giant banking corporations.
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  • Thanks for the article
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  • Very interesting !
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  • Very informative article !
    Anonymous