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Washington Federal and Luther Burbank Enter Definitive Merger Agreement

Washington Federal and Luther Burbank signed a definitive merger agreement pursuant to which Washington Federal will acquire Luther Burbank and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Luther Burbank Savings, in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $654 million.

Provident Bank and Lakeland Bank to Combine in $1.3B Merger

Provident Financial Services, the parent company of Provident Bank, and Lakeland Bancorp, the parent company of Lakeland Bank, will combine in an all-stock merger valued at approximately $1.3 billion.

TriCo Bancshares Completes Merger with Valley Republic Bancorp

TriCo Bancshares completed its previously-announced merger with Valley Republic Bancorp. The combined company, operating as TriCo Bancshares with its banking subsidiary, Tri Counties Bank, expects to have total assets of approximately $10.1 billion as a result of the merger.

Webster Financial and Sterling Bancorp Complete Merger

Webster Financial and Sterling Bancorp completed their previously announced merger. The combined company is a financial institution with a funding base that includes HSA Bank as well as consumer and commercial banking businesses.

Mizuho Americas Acquires Capstone Partners

Mizuho Americas signed an agreement to acquire Capstone Partners, an independent middle-market placement agent focused on fundraising and advisory services to private equity, credit, real asset and infrastructure investment firms.

Citizens Expands M&A Advisory Capabilities with Acquisition of DH Capital

Citizens Financial Group entered into a definitive agreement to purchase substantially all of the assets of DH Capital, a private investment banking firm serving companies in the internet infrastructure, software and next generation IT services and communications sectors.

SLR Investment Corp. and SLR Senior Investment Corp. Agree to Merge

SLR Investment Corp. (SLRC) and SLR Senior Investment Corp. (SUNS) entered into an agreement to merge together, with SLRC as the surviving company, subject to stockholder approval and customary closing conditions.