The resurgence of bank mergers and acquisitions has awakened a long-dormant figure: the dissident shareholder.

As consolidation picks up, an increasing number of investors are becoming activists, either by filing lawsuits over less-than-satisfactory deal terms or starting proxy fights designed to force banks to become sellers.

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