After striking its third and largest deal yet for a failed bank, MB Financial Inc. is taking a breather — but only a temporary one.

The $8.4 billion-asset Chicago company picked up the pieces of Corus Bank after its seizure Friday and now plans to spend the rest of the year integrating what was a sizable hometown acquisition. MB took on nearly $7 billion of deposits, $3 billion of assets and 11 branches in the deal, its second with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. in as many weeks and its third this year.

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