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Topic - Doug Hautop
"There's an opportunity for banks to retain their customers," Mr. Hautop said. "Banks should increase their intimacy with their customers. They need to understand them and proactively work with them."
"Enter the new opportunity for nonbanks to provide some of these services," said Doug Hautop, lending practice lead at Carlisle & Gallagher.