Through its mergers and acquisitions over the years, Banc of California has grown from its credit union status in the 1940s to a bank with more than $5.5 billion in assets. With the bank’s footprint nestled in Southern California, the... read more
In 2014, after a long period of reduced activity resulting from the Great Recession, the equipment financing merger and acquisition (M&A) market finally showed signs of heating up. In fact, by the end of the year, the pace had experienced... read more
Dexter Van Dango sums up General Electric’s sale of the majority of its GE Capital assets in three short words: Naiveté in abundance!
Monitor mystery writer Dexter Van Dango gives us a lesson on Harvard Business School professor and author Michael Porter and his Five Forces of Competition, asking, “How do you stack up?”