Supermarket branches have proved their worth in helping banks gather deposits. But are they any good for generating loans?

The question has been debated ever since in-store branches first appeared on the scene about 10 years ago. Many bankers dismiss them as mere check-cashing facilities. Others insist they can achieve the same potential as free-standing, brick-and-mortar branches.

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