The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago recently held its 30th Annual Conference on Banking Structure and Competition. Anyone who has attended these meetings over the years must have been struck by the dramatic evolution in banking.

Listeners heard the litany of current regulatory and academic concerns about the way bankers are or are not permitted to enter various markets that might appeal to them, while at the same time hearing of the entry of non-bank firms into traditional banking markets.

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