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Here's where Citizens looks to grow in 2022

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Here's where Citizens looks to grow in 2022
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While 2021 was a big year for buying at Citizens Financial Group Inc., its top executive told financial analysts it has “a pretty unique opportunity” for growth at is present size — large enough to compete effectively and small enough to be nimble. “We don’t feel compelled to run out and do more deals to stay competitive,” Bruce Van Saun, chairman and CEO, said Wednesday during Citizens’ (NYSE:CFG) fourth-quarter 2021 investors call. Based in Providence, Rhode Island, Citizens is the fourth-largest bank in the 10-county Pittsburgh region by deposit market share, or second-biggest retail bank.