Banks have vowed to cut costs, find efficiencies and tighten belts. But they haven't yet tipped their hands as to how.

At a conference hosted by RBC Capital Markets on Thursday, the leaders of several major banks expanded on a theme from earnings season — how to keep expanding profits in the face of stagnant loan books, low-yielding securities and slowing reserve releases.

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