An old tool in banks' toolboxes may soon be used more often in the war against branch overproliferation — the sale-leaseback.

Susquehanna Bancshares' (SUSQ) deal to sell and lease back about 30 branches could provide a blueprint for how other banks can decrease their branch count over the long term.

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