Mergers & Acquisitions

Acquiring for value

Banks and financial services firms have traditionally expanded through mergers and acquisitions to stay competitive. While this growth strategy is effective, its complexity should not be underestimated.

Poorly executed M&A have seen many banks left with a collection of disparate businesses that are confronted by control, performance-management and regulatory challenges. The resulting loss in shareholder value can be staggering.

Solutions from StraitsBridge

Mergers_AcquisitionsOur consultants bring broad and varied experience in multiple types of transactions including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and alliances coupled with deep functional and industry expertise.

We assist clients in developing the structure and discipline to more effectively identify, execute and integrate deals that create and capture value.

We are an independent adviser on finance and value creation and are not “transaction-based.” This means we maintain genuine objectivity in your long-term interest.


We support our clients during every step of the M&A process, including:

Developing the strategic logic for acquisition


Screening potential targets
Estimating likely sources of value creation
Providing support in the negotiations, bidding, and final decision
Implementing the subsequent post-merger integration

Contact us for more information
Email us: info@straitsbridge.com
Call us on: +65 6408 0501

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The value of an M&A transaction lies in its execution and not in its promise

CFOs in financial services have begun shifting their operating strategies to better navigate these complexities.

Evidence indicates that the best M&As follow a disciplined approach, with clear strategic objectives, detailed implementation plans and a focus on creating and capturing value.

The success of mergers and acquisitions is predicated on:
Acquiring a target with the right strategic fit,
Conducting a robust due diligence, and
Executing a well planned & executed integration strategy

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