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MAT mergers: explainer and process

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Last updated on 1 November 2017
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MAT mergers happen when existing trusts merge to become one. We look at the process MATs need to follow if they want to merge and an example of 2 MATs which have joined together.

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  1. 1 MAT mergers: what are they?
  2. 2 Process to merge 2 MATs
  3. 3 Evaluating whether to merge
  4. 4 Example of a MAT merger

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