Community banks are starting to regain some traction when it comes to bringing in fees from deposit accounts.
The Federal Reserve Board dealt banks a setback in July 2010 with Regulation E, requiring customer permission for enrollment in overdraft programs. It wasespecially harsh on smaller banks, which have historically struggled with noninterest income.
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