Until the 1980s, banks and other financial institutions competed in an arena confined by regulations. The environment was fairly placid, with few demands for new services from customers. Companies waged a quiet battle for customer loyalty using interest rates, loan packaging, and geographic coverage as their weapons.

If you're a financial marketer, you don't have to be told that those days are long gone.

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