Banking Antitrust: Are the Assumptions Still Valid?


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2003 29 T he federal bank regulatory agencies and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) scrutinize bank mergers and acquisitions for potential antitrust violations. To perform this antitrust analysis, the federal regulators make assumptions about the geographic scope of banking markets, the types of competitors that banks face in these… (More)


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