A New Interpretation of Information Rate by J.L.Kelly.

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Furthermore, banks do not switch from laggard to best practice overnight (or vice versa). ● The maps mostly abstract from the various business lines of the individual banks, except for those banks where the business lines have a significant impact on the financial ratios. This should be taken into account when comparing individual banks. ● Αs already stressed, the ultimate goal of the mapping is to provide a global picture of the European banking landscape (represented by the European top 100) and to raise number of questions on the domestic and cross-border consolidation in the coming years.

4%). 83). The Cross-border M&A reference group generally corresponds with cluster 1 of the panorama changes 1995–2000 (with exception of the two UK banks and ING). 83 100 European Top 100 52 M&A track record for European banking groups average 2000 average annual change 2000-1995 (median) average 2000 average annual change 2000-1995 average 2000 average annual change 2000-1995 average 2000 average annual change 2000-1995 (median) total operating income/employees (2000, th EUR) avg. annual change in productivity (2000-1995, th EUR, median) net operating income/employees (2000, th EUR) avg.

A. a. a. a. a. a. a. 5 Reference Group (average data) Case studies from the Benelux countries and Scandinavia 59 60 Case studies from the Benelux countries and Scandinavia – ING: Cross-border activity mainly by acquisitions cross-industry (insurance/banks). – FORTIS: Cross-border activity through mergers cross-industry (insurance/banks). – NORDEA: a mixture of cross-border mergers and acquisitions within and cross-industry (banks/insurance). In this chapter, we first analyse each of the four cases separately from (i) the historical background and more specifically their cross-border activity in the Nineties and in the first years of the present decade, and (ii) their present profile and their strategy for the near future, taking also in consideration the 2001 results.

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