The US DoJ approves a merger between two Midwestern banks subject to the divestment of 13 selected local bank branches (Huntington Bancshares / TCF Financial)

Justice Department Requires Divestitures in Huntington Bancshares Incorporated’s Acquisition of TCF Financial Corporation* Thirteen Branches in Michigan will be Divested — Ensuring Bank Customers Have Access to Competitively Priced Products and Services The Department of Justice announced today that Huntington Bancshares Incorporated and TCF Financial Corporation have agreed to sell 13 branches in Michigan, with approximately $872.3 million in deposits, to resolve antitrust concerns arising from Huntington’s planned acquisition of TCF Bank. The divested assets include all of the deposits and loans associated with the divested branches, as well as the

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