The rush to raise fast cash is transforming the investor base at a number of banking companies, potentially influencing operations from branches to the boardroom.

As more banks sell large blocks of common stock to institutional investors, individual shareholders' slice of the pie will drop, sometimes dramatically. Though the move lets banks build capital quickly and efficiently, expect significant changes in the way certain banks are run, observers say.

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