TIAA to Acquire EverBank Financial (EVER) for ~$2.5B
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TIAA announced today an agreement to acquire EverBank (NYSE: EVER), a nationwide consumer and commercial bank with $27.4 billion in total assets. This acquisition significantly expands TIAA’s banking and lending products and complements the company’s full suite of retirement, investment and advisory services available to help customers achieve financial well-being.
Under the terms of the agreement, EverBank stockholders will receive $19.50 per share in cash, or an approximate total of $2.5 billion. The combination of TIAA’s existing banking operations and EverBank will significantly bolster TIAA’s banking capabilities and form a full-service banking company uniquely positioned to help both companies’ customers succeed.
“I am very excited to welcome EverBank to the TIAA team,” said Roger W. Ferguson, Jr., president and chief executive officer at TIAA. “EverBank’s complementary capabilities and two decades of profitability make this an excellent investment and a great strategic fit for TIAA. Together, we look forward to bringing an enhanced level of service and an expanded range of financial solutions to our millions of loyal customers and the institutions we serve.”
TIAA currently offers a variety of savings and lending products to its customers. EverBank’s established banking operations will enable TIAA to provide a more comprehensive range of services with an enhanced customer experience. As a trusted, diversified financial services company with a full suite of solutions, including retirement, investment and advisory services, TIAA will be able to support EverBank’s customers and help them achieve financial well-being in a more robust way.
“Saving is essential to reaching important life goals. Whether building emergency savings or buying their first home, customers want to turn to a company they trust,” said Kathie Andrade, chief executive officer of TIAA’s Retail Financial Services business. “Helping our clients succeed throughout their lives is at the heart of TIAA’s mission, and the reason our employees come to work each day.”
Since its founding more than 20 years ago, EverBank has brought an innovative and forward-thinking approach to banking that offers its clients superior tools and opportunities to understand, manage and grow their money.
“All of us at EverBank are extremely excited about the many new opportunities TIAA will bring for our clients, our associates and the communities we serve,” said Rob Clements, EverBank chairman and chief executive officer. “Our two companies are a great match. We look forward to introducing our unique consumer and commercial banking products to the millions of individuals and the institutions that TIAA serves today, while enhancing the investment and retirement product offerings for our clients. We are also pleased to be joining a company with a long-term focus, a deep commitment to the communities in which it operates and a desire to grow our franchise. This truly is a great new chapter for all EverBank stakeholders.”
This acquisition also gives TIAA a talented employee base and significant business operations in Jacksonville, Florida, and other key markets across the country. TIAA intends to maintain a strong presence and an active role in the Jacksonville community, with the city serving as the combined bank’s headquarters.
Additional Transaction Details
EverBank’s board of directors unanimously approved the transaction following a comprehensive review of the transaction and strategic and financial alternatives. The transaction is subject to closing conditions, including the receipt of regulatory approvals from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the approval by EverBank’s common stockholders, and is expected to close in the first half of 2017.
Certain stockholders, directors and executive officers of EverBank with the power to vote approximately 22% of EverBank’s outstanding common stock have entered into voting and support agreements with TIAA to vote in favor of, and otherwise support, the transaction.
The holders of the EverBank’s Series A 6.75% Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock will have the right to receive the liquidation preference of $25,000 plus accrued and unpaid dividends on a share in cash at closing.
Lazard acted as lead financial advisor and Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP served as legal counsel to TIAA. J.P. Morgan Securities LLC also acted as financial advisor to TIAA.
UBS Investment Bank acted as lead financial advisor to EverBank and Sullivan & Cromwell LLP served as legal counsel to EverBank.
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