BB&T Corp. is back in the insurance M&A game. It bought two brokerages in the past week after a two-year hiatus from deals, and a top executive says it wants to take further advantage of the consolidation of the insurance industry.

"We will continue to look at some acquisition opportunities that have good geographic fit and size," says David Pruett, the vice chairman of BB&T's insurance arm, which has 100 agencies in 10 states.

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