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Listen: Street Talk | Episode 102: Hopes that the bank dealmaking cool front could break in 2023

The slowdown in bank dealmaking in 2022 could reverse course in 2023 as institutions gain greater clarity over emerging liquidity and credit pressures and the regulatory environment, according to some of the most active investment bankers and attorneys focused on deals in bankland. The group, which featured the heads of investment banking from Keefe Bruyette Woods and Piper Sandler and veteran attorneys from Sullivan Cromwell, delivered that message during a recent webinar hosted by S&P Global Market Intelligence. The episode features highlights from that discussion, where the advisers said that transactions — either in the form of whole bank acquisitions or capital raises that bolster balance sheets — could pick up next year as banks gain a better understanding of the regulatory environment, liquidity pressures and the potential for notably for higher loan losses.

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