Doeren Mayhew’s credit union merger consultants help navigate collaborative value throughout the entire merger process, delivering clarity and focus.
Credit union mergers remain prevalent as a viable solution for growth, sustainability and member value enhancement as institutions look to juggle the ever-growing competition and complexities in today’s banking environment. As the leading credit union merger advisory firm, Doeren Mayhew’s credit union merger consultants stand ready to help your institution reap the benefits of a merger done right — supporting geographically expansion, increased rate competitiveness, added transaction revenue, enhanced service and product offerings, or any other transactional goals your credit union might have.
With more than 100 credit union M&A transactions under our belt ranging in size from the smallest to the largest peer groups across the nation, our credit union merger consultants’ diverse technical expertise helps keep rhetoric down to deliver unparalleled process proficiency and maximized collaborative value.
Backed by rational, our eight-phase credit union merger process, SCALE™, rigorously focuses on identifying, quantifying and mitigating the credit, collateral, interest rate, transaction, reputation and operational risks of a collaborative transaction. From concept to completion, Doeren Mayhew’s credit union merger consultants will provide your credit union with clarity and focus in all phases of the credit union merger process:
Going far beyond just credit union merger accounting, our credit union merger advisory services can offer your credit union a complete merger solution. When the deal calls for it, we can leverage our comprehensive investment banking capabilities our affiliate, Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors.
Our credit union merger advisory services include:
Want to start exploring your credit union’s next collaborative move? Contact Doeren Mayhew’s credit union merger consultants today!
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