Mid-decade is a convenient point to assess the interplay between secular and cyclical changes in U.S. society and how they will affect the way banks operate in the future.

The forces familiar to banks include consolidation, competition, and technology. Combined with "macro" factors like moderate economic growth, an aging population, and globalization, they suggest the need for an entirely new outlook on the business. Minor tinkering won't do.

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