Community banks have seized on a chance to book more loans as larger institutions tap the brakes.

Quarterly earnings are revealing that the biggest banks are bringing in deposits much faster than they are adding loans as tougher liquidity and leverage rules loom. This shift has given smaller banks an opportunity to make more loans, especially in commercial lines that have traditional been the domain of larger lenders.

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