Perhaps the greatest challenge banks face these days is somehow balancing the desire to grow with the very real need to reduce overhead.

Even with the economy showing signs of life lately, bankers remain exceedingly cautious about investing in new business lines, products or markets if it will result in higher expenses and poorer efficiency ratios.

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