Kanto Tsukuba Bank operates more than 80 branches and about 240 ATMs in Japan's Ibaraki Prefecture. The bank was created through the merger of two regional banks, Kanto Bank and Tsukuba Bank, in 2003. They were the first two regional banks to merge as the result of legislation that earmarked funds for banks that combine. Kanto Tsukuba Bank is acquiring smaller rival Ibaraki Bank; the combined firm will be called Tsukaba Bank. The two banks had originally agreed to merge in 2004, but Kanto Tsukuba called off the plan two years later.
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