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11 June 2013 By Antony Currie

Hugh McColl, an architect of today’s Bank of America, is selling his advisory firm to Deloitte. The sprawling lender he helped build is still paying the price of his M&A ethos that protégé Ken Lewis also adopted. McColl’s scope may have shrunk but scale apparently still matters.

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