As far as Kelly King is concerned, only six banking companies are locks to make it through the next decade.

King, the chairman and chief executive of BB&T, on Tuesday resurrected the theory of a banking oligopoly. The view, often espoused by his predecessor John Allison, holds that the banking landscape will be dominated by a handful of major players with smaller institutions filling in the gaps.

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