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Listen: Street Talk Episode 56 - Latest bank MOE shows even the strong need scale to thrive

South State and CenterState are joining forces in another merger-of-equals driven by the desire to invest in technology, but the deal stands out as both institutions felt the need to partner despite operating on strong footing. In the episode, we we spoke with S&P Global Market Intelligence colleague Zach Fox, who spoke with key advisers about the drivers of the deal. The episode also features commentary from CenterState and South State executives on the deal and the efforts the latter has made to improve digital adoption among its customers as well as comparisons to previous large MOEs such as BB&T/SunTrust and First Horizon/IBERIABANK.

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