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Financial-services companies spent the past five years scrambling to be all things to all customers. Through acquisitions, alliances, and internal growth, they raced to get bigger by entering new business areas. Insurers and banks added higher-margin investment banking capabilities. At the same time, securities firms moved into more traditional commercial banking turf.
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