Intrigue grows with every deal characterized as a merger of equals.

Mergers of equals are a rarity in consolidation. The paper appeal of smashing two similarly sized institutions in the same or complementary markets is incredibly tempting. But discussions about such transactions often reveal issues in areas such as leadership and culture.

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