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Listen: StreetTalk Episode 29: Higher Rates Shaking Up Deposits, National Digital Platforms More Than Hype

Aug. 22 2018 — Greg Hertrich, managing director and head of U.S. depository strategies at Nomura, believes deposit competition should intensify further as interest rates move higher and a handful of large banks roll out national deposit platforms. He discussed how other banks could follow the move and how higher rates are one of rising risk factors that could challenge credit quality.

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