WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Governor Susan M. Phillips urged bankers to pay attention to social and cultural trends that will affect banks' ability to succeed.

Demographic changes such as increased racial diversity and the growing financial clout of women will dramatically alter customer bases and product demand, she said in a speech Wednesday at the American Bankers Association's Stonier Graduate School of Banking in Newark, Del.

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