There's no roadmap for how community banks can make their branch networks profitable, but efforts by Webster Financial in Waterbury, Conn., could serve as a guide.
Webster has been out in front of the banking industry's slow move away from branches and toward digital service. The $21.2 billion-asset company began transforming its network in 2010, and, while the changes aren't over, management has begun to see results.
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