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    Title: 臺灣區銀行購併績效之研究
    Other Titles: A study on financial performances of Taiwan Bank mergers
    Authors: 鍾程崴;Chung, Cheng-Wei
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際企業學系碩士班
    林美榕;Lin, Mei-Rong
    Keywords: 銀行;購併;事件研究法;CAR;CAMEL;banks;Merger
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:55:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 台灣金融業在近十年來為因應金融自由化的趨勢,在政府政策主導下銀行業相繼進行整併。探討主併銀行及被併銀行的宣告效果及主併銀行的長期經營績效是否在進行購併後有改善的趨勢,供台灣銀行業參考未來進行整併的方向;併透過整併提高在國際金融市場上的競爭力。實證結果如下:
    Taiwan''s financial industry in the last decade in response to the trend of financial liberalization in government policies have led to the entire banking and. Bank and of the Lord and declared to be and the effects and the Target bank and Acquiror bank long-term operating performance during the post-merger is an improving trend for the reference to Taiwan''s banking sector is the ongoing consolidation in order to enhance the international competitiveness of financial markets . Empirical results are as follows:
    1 Acquiror bank mergers announced positive results, but not significantly.
    2 Target bank is positive, when close to declare on a significant trend.
    3 Long-term financial performance, combined with improved physical emperor and banks, but below the level of significance.
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