As Wall Street lays off investment bankers, regional securities firms- including those owned by banks-are planning hiring sprees.

Investment bankers who commanded huge salaries during the unprecedented bull run are now worried about their bonuses, if not their jobs. That has put them in the reach of smaller firms that for years felt they could not afford to compete against big New York shops for top talent.

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