Banking and Payments Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Deals by Top Themes in Q3 2022 – Thematic Intelligence
The global banking & payments M&A market recorded 14 deals with a value greater than $1 billion in Q3 2022, compared to 19 such deals in Q2 2022. The sector was dominated by deals less than $10 million, with 59 such deals recorded in Q3 2022. The largest sub-sector, investments and asset management, recorded 674 deals. The banking and payments industry M&A deals thematic research report provides an overview of merger and acquisition activity globally in Q3 2022 in the banking and payments industry. It also identifies the themes driving the most notable deals announced in Q3 2022 in the banking and payments industry.
Banking and Payments Industry M&A Activity by Top Themes
Global Payments has agreed to acquire EVO payments to expand its footprint in the business-to-business (B2B) space. Global Payment is a leading worldwide provider of payment technology and software solutions, and EVO Payments is a leading global provider of payment technology integrations and acquiring solutions.
The government of New Zealand has acquired Kiwibank’s parent company, Kiwi Group Holdings, a holding company, from NZ Super Fund, a sovereign wealth fund; Accident Compensation Corporation, a provider of personal injury coverage for New Zealand residents and visitors to New Zealand; and NZ Post.
Banking and Payments Industry M&A Deals Segmentation by Regions
North America, Europe, China, South and Central America, the Middle East and Africa, and APAC Ex-China are the key regions in the banking and payments industry M&A deals. In Q3 2022, North America had the largest share in terms of the deal value. Except for the Middle East and Africa, all regions reported a drop in deal value in Q3 2022 compared to the previous quarter.
Banking and Payments Industry M&A Deals Analysis, by Regions
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Banking and Payments Industry M&A Deals Segmentation by Sub-sectors
Investment & asset management, retail banking & lending, investment banking, payments, commercial banking, fintech, wealth management & private banking, and risk management are key sub-sectors in the banking and payments industry M&A deals. Investment & asset management is the biggest sub-sector in terms of deal value in Q1–Q3 2022. Except for payments, wealth management & private banking, and risk management, every sub-sector recorded an increase in deal value in Q1–Q3 of 2022, compared to Q1–Q3 2021.
Banking and Payments Industry M&A Deals Analysis, by Sub-sectors
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Banking and Payments Industry M&A: Top Deals
Some of the key M&A activities in the banking and payments industry in Q3 2022 include the Chinese State-owned Asset Management Company acquisition of China Evergrande Group, Sunlife Financial acquisition of Advisors Asset Management, The Government of New Zealand’s acquisition of Kiwi Group, and Verso Health Management acquisition of Campbell Thompson.
Banking and Payments Industry M&A Deals Report Overview
|Top Themes||Fintech and Financial Wellness|
|Key Regions||North America, Europe, China, South and Central America, Middle East and Africa, and APAC Ex-China|
|Key Sub-sectors||Investment & Asset Management, Retail Banking & Lending, Investment Banking, Payments, Commercial Banking, Fintech, Wealth Management & Private Banking, and Risk Management|
- This report provides an overview of merger and acquisition activity globally in Q3 2022 in the banking and payments sector
- It identifies the themes driving the most notable deals announced in Q3 2022 in the banking and payments sector
Reasons to Buy
- Companies who invest in the right themes become success stories; those who miss the big themes end up as failures. If you want to understand the themes that drive the industry, simply look at the list of recent mergers and acquisitions (M&A).
- In this report, we have listed down the most notable deals in the banking and payments industry to make it easy for our clients to get a view of themes disrupting the sector and prepare for the future.
Sun Life Financial
Government of New Zealand
Verso Wealth Management
United Endeavors (Inactive)
The Toronto-Dominion Bank
Searchlight Capital Partners
The Carlyle Group
The First BancShares
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group
Kuwait Finance House
Sedaya Multi Investama
China Evergrande Group
Advisors Asset Management
Ezetap Mobile Solutions
Abdullah Al Othaim Investment
Ahli United Bank
Bank Jasa Jakarta
Table of Contents
Review of global banking & payments M&A deals in Q3 2022
Themes driving global banking & payments M&A deals in Q3 2022
Appendix 1: Deal selection criteria
Appendix 2: Our thematic research methodology
Frequently Asked Questions
The key themes driving the merger and acquisition deals in the banking and payments industry are fintech and financial wellness.
North America, Europe, China, South and Central America, the Middle East and Africa, and APAC Ex-China are the key regions for banking and payments industry M&A deals.
Investment & asset management, retail banking & lending, investment banking, payments, commercial banking, fintech, wealth management & private banking, and risk management are key sub-sectors in the banking and payments industry M&A deals.
Investments and asset management recorded the highest deal activity in the global banking and payments industry during Q1-Q3 2022.
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