Community banks are still regaining their footing, but a little-known provision in the Dodd-Frank Act could help them find opportunities once they are ready to grow again.
The law eliminated barriers to de novo interstate branching, letting banks open offices in 25 states that had once been off-limits. In an environment where growth will be challenging, the law gives banks, especially those along state borders, a way to court new business.
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