Richard Davis is not buying into the hypothesis that the banking industry is on the cusp of a mass consolidation.
Though most industry experts predict that regulatory and competitive challenges will force scores of banks to sell themselves, the U.S. Bancorp (USB) chairman and chief executive says that if the long-awaited consolidation didn't occur when many banks were struggling, it's not going to happen when they are making money again.
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