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Large enough to meet the needs of most customers yet small enough to escape some of the Dodd-Frank Act's most onerous compliance expenses, banks with assets of $2 billion to $10 billion are more profitable, as a group, than their smaller and larger counterparts, according to an analysis by Capital Performance Group.

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Will Tech Advances Hurt the Underbanked?
It's long been assumed that technology will help the financially underserved access the banking services they need. Christine Duhaime, founder of the Digital Financial Institute, a fintech think-tank, says this assumption is wrong.