Banking with other banks is big business, and always has been.

But the annual American Banker tally of the 200 largest banks in correspondent balances shows that the business of banking with other banks is going through substantial change, with some big banks reporting sizable declines in correspondent balances, some smaller banks posting sizable increases, and total correspondent balances dropping 1%, to an average of $ 36 billion for the year ending in June.

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