Consolidation continues to play a small but growing role in the resolution of the Troubled Asset Relief Program.
In the past two weeks, acquiring banks have agreed to resolve the unpaid Tarp funds of target institutions, bringing the number of such deals to 16 with the vast majority taking place since mid-2010.
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