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    Most Reciprocal Deposits Are No Longer Brokered

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    Reciprocal deposits have historically been a cost-effective way for banks to build a stable balance sheet and acquire more funds to lend. A new law, the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act, provides that most reciprocal deposits are no longer treated as brokered deposits. This presents an even greater opportunity for banks to use reciprocal deposits to grow high-value relationships and franchise value.

    Reciprocal Deposits Can Boost Deposit Growth and Local Lending

    Now that the law has passed, banks can use CDARS Reciprocal and ICS Reciprocal to

    Want to Learn More about How the New Law Impacts Reciprocal Deposits?

    Banks can find out about the many benefits of ICS and CDARS by registering for a free webinar, ICS and CDARS: Taking Advantage of New Opportunities.

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