Bank consolidation. Regulators always have the power to pull the plug
The banking industry has undergone significant consolidation since branching laws were relaxed in the 1990s. But federal regulators still analyze every proposed merger or acquisition to make sure it won't violate antitrust statutes.
Volume (Year): (2004)
Issue (Month): Jan. ()
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