Julie Stackhouse admits that some regulators once questioned the need for community banks in the economy but no more.
Stackhouse, head of supervision at the St. Louis Fed and the master of ceremonies for the central bank's first conference on community bank research, said she and her colleagues have seen concrete analysis that cements the need for smaller institutions.
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