Bank chief executives give their directors high marks for watching the bottom line but say they should bring in more business, according to a study to be released next week.

Nearly 94% of the bankers surveyed rated their boards' performance in monitoring finances as excellent or good and 82% gave directors top grades for protecting shareholder interests. However, only 27.4% said they were satisfied with their boards' role in business development.

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