Bankers are understandably wary of new regulations, especially those that alter the dynamics of fine-tuned lines of business. From its conception in the 1980s, the regulation known as same-day settlement has seen as one of those regulations.

It was apparent from the beginning that in addition to its intended results, the side effects of same-day settlement would include drastic shifts in check volume and major capacity concerns for commercial banks.

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