Smaller banks may soon find themselves having to fight harder to gather and keep deposits.

Many financial institutions have been awash with deposits since the financial crisis, but the possibility of rising interest rates will force more bankers to consider how to manage their funding costs. While most banks have yet to see a meaningful rise in deposit rates, it is wise for executives to go ahead and start thinking about the issue, industry observers said.

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