Openings Developing for Banks, But Risks Have to Be Managed

STAMFORD, Conn. -- Preoccupied with bad real estate, leveraged buyout, and Third World loans, banks in the late 1980s pulled out of the equipment leasing market. But now that they're healthy enough to get back into the business, the big question for bank CEOs will be: Is time on our side?

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