When two tiny banks merge to form a slightly less tiny bank, which institution really reaps the efficiencies: the merged entity — or a larger acquirer down the road?
This year, 23 bank deals where the seller had less than $1 billion in assets have been announced. Of those, more than a third involved targets with less than $100 million in assets, with many of them agreeing to sell themselves to similarly sized buyers.
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