With the increasing availability of transaction-based capital markets products, banks' core middle-market customer relationships will likely be only one-half to one-third as profitable as they are today.

As outlined in the first part of this series, banks can choose one of three options: to opt out of the capital markets; to emphasize product specialization; or to actively enter the competitive capital markets arena.

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