Case Study: Washington Mutual
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This paper analyzes Washington Mutual, Inc. and its subsidiaries. The author explains the company's growth strategy of acquisitions and mergers. The paper investigates this company's background, the acquisitions, performance problems and the relationship of the firm to capital markets.
From the Paper:"Washington Mutual, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, is a financial services company committed to serving individual customers as well as small to mid-sized businesses. Buying businesses to acquire customers has been a core business tactic for Washington Mutual and a successful growth strategy since ... . The company completed thirty-three acquisitions and mergers in the last twenty years. However, it was largely unheard of until it acquired Irvine-based American Savings in ..., followed by its purchases of Great Western Bank in ... and Home Savings in ... . According to ...."
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