Higher capital requirements, lower margins and growing concerns about risky clients are prompting banks to pull back from the prime-brokerage business.
Banks that offer prime broker services have shifted their strategies dramatically from the juiced-up precrisis years, when they aggressively chased clients of all sizes and largely ignored the potential for contagion.
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