Driver Management Founder Abbott Cooper's Predictions for Bank M&A

Driver Management Founder Abbott Cooper's Predictions for Bank M&A

Abbott Cooper, Driver Management founder and managing member, discusses his M&A expectations for the banking industry in 2020 with Bloomberg's Ed Hammond on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
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