Banks Break Out Their Checkbooks To Buy Up Rivals
As featured in LA Business Journal
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Date : August 7, 2013
Ken Siegman, Director of West Monroe Partners' West Coast Banking practice, provides insight on why LA area lenders are sinking their money into mergers in their own industry.

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