CNB Bancshares has a deal that would give the Evansville, Ind., company the top market share in its hometown.

The $7.1 billion company said Wednesday that it is buying the five Evansville-area branches of Indianapolis-based First Indiana Bank for an undisclosed sum. CNB, parent of Citizens National Bank, would gain $130 million of deposits in the deal, boosting its market share in the Evansville area to 36%.

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