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ECB lifting potential regulatory disincentive to M&A

13/01/21 -"The ECB’s updated M&A guidelines aim at removing any potential regulatory obstacle to consolidation. However, the rationale of such deals will remain industrial before all and we continue to ..."

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13/01/21
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