Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (ISSN: 2315-5086) June 2016 Vol. 5(7), pp 162-171
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Original Research Articles
Post-Merger Profitability Analysis: A Case of Lloyds TSB
Ahmed H. Al-dmour1* and Khaldoun M. Al-Qaisi, Ph.D2.
1M.Sc. / Business Administration / 2015, *The University of Anglia RuskinE-Mail Address: email@example.com
2Associate Professor of finance, Faculty of Business, Vice Dean of Scientific Research and Graduate Studies, Amman Arab University, JordanAddress: Amman P.O.BOX: 2234, code 11953, Phone: Mobile 00962-777715577 or 00962-795513444E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accepted 22 May 2016
This paper conducts a study of the influence of bank mergers on the financial performance of the merged banks, using the takeover of Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) by Lloyds TSB in September 2008 as an example. In spite of certain limitations, accounting ratios are still convenient and reliable analytical tool in all financial decision-making processes. The results show that the financial performance of Lloyds TSB in the areas of profitability after merger is not improved significantly. This result is inconsistent with previous studies that bank M&A results in improved profitability. However, it would be incorrect to say that M&A activities are completely negative (or positive) to banks.
Keywords: Lloyds TSB, profitability, merger, financial performance, accounting ratios, decision-making
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