The recent announcement by the CEO of NexBank Capital, Inc. about the purchase of the Princeton-based financial firm, the College Savings Bank has received a range of reactions from the investors of the two companies and also the public in general. This is because of the fears that the transaction would be oppressive to the acquired organization, the College Savings Bank. The customers of the company feel that the acquisition would hurt their investments and hence they were advocating for a “divorce.” Mr. John Holt, however, the president of NexBank Capital, Inc. explained to these clients that the business relationship was only meant to benefit the investors of both organizations, and especially those of the College Savings Bank. He promised the investors of the acquired firm that the relationship would only have a positive impact on their investments and savings, and they should expect more impressive returns on their investments at the end of the year.
Many experts consider the explanation of NexBank Capital, Inc.’s CEO as accurate because the purchase of the College Bank will see the company access a broader customer base than it had before the acquisition. The bank is also expected to benefit from the huge capital foundation of NexBank Capital, Inc., which will have ripple effects on the investment returns for their investors. The acquirer also has a wider range of investment strategies from which the College Savings Bank is likely to benefit. On the other hand, NexBank Capital, Inc. is expected to the customer base of the College Bank, which is well established in all the states in the US. In a nutshell, it would only be fair if we concluded that the two organizations would mutually benefit from each other as a result of the transaction.
The art of acquiring and partnering with other organizations is not new to NexBank Capital, Inc. This is because, in the past one decade, the company has purchased several companies, with which it has successfully transacted business. Of all the acquisitions and purchase, NexBank Capital, Inc. has ensured that both the acquired companies and the acquirer mutually benefit from each other through appropriate management of the M&A.