Federal Reserve Board Governor Laurence H. Meyer said Friday that bank mergers and declining federal subsidies threaten community development efforts.

"Consolidation of the financial services industry ... is raising concerns among community developers that the resources and personnel devoted to community development activities may be decreasing in proportion to the increasing size of institutions," Mr. Meyer said at a Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago conference.

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