U.S. banks will grab a major portion of the market for cash management, funds transfer, and securities trading in Europe after the continent moves to a single currency, according U.S. and European bankers.

"European monetary union has opened a killing ground for large U.S. banks," said Michael Lewis, deputy chief executive of the London-based Association for Payment Clearing Services.

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