While it is no secret that banks are declining at a rapid rate, some states are losing institutions at a much faster pace than others.

Some reasons apply nationwide, including failures after the financial crisis, traditional mergers and a dearth of de novo activity. But a closer look at individual states provides a deeper understanding of the specific catalysts at work.

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