Banks should avoid large acquisitions “until the dust settles” from deals done during the financial crisis, U.S. Bancorp Chief Executive Officer Richard Davis said, citing costs that can come years later.

“It’s a very dangerous thing to do,” Davis said yesterday in an industry-sponsored panel in New York. “You better do it with the understanding that you might be surprised.”

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