Big banks, major acquirers of RIAs 15 years ago, have reentered the M&A space with a vengeance, snapping up 15% of deals so far this year as compared to just 3% for all of last year.

That's according to a new study by DeVoe & Co., an investment bank and succession consulting firm that tracks RIA deals on a quarterly basis.

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