| Whole bank transactions announced since Dec. 31, 1999, |
with a purchase price between $200 million and $500 million ($ in thousands)
|Buyer||Target||Date Announced||Announced Total Price ($ 000)||Price to Equity (x)||Price/12 mos. Net Income (x)||Target Total Assets |
|M&T Bank Corp.||Premier National Bancorp||July 10, 2000||342,154||2.40||15.73||1,570,131|
|Wells Fargo & Co.||Brenton Banks Inc.||July 7, 2000||264,500||1.92||15.43||1,938,481|
|TrustCo Bank Corp.||Hudson River Bancorp||June 26, 2000||215,048||1.08||24.24||1,098,502|
|NBT Bancorp||BSB Bancorp||April 20, 2000||248,003||1.57||12.90||2,230,864|
|BancorpSouth Inc.||First United Bancshares||April 17, 2000||455,758||1.72||13.46||2,715,907|
|Wells Fargo & Co.||First Commerce Bancshares||Feb. 2, 2000||479,727||1.86||15.51||2,609,590|
|South Financial Group||Anchor Financial Corp.||Jan. 10, 2000||303,711||3.20||21.83||1,206,843|
| Source: Sheshunoff Information Services' Mergerwatch Alert |
* The mean was calculated to include the M&T-Premier deal, announced July 10, 2000
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