After a New York fish market vendor signed up with Signature Bank for a variety banking services, the new client told Signature president and chief executive officer Joseph DePaolo that, after 50 years he had run out of patience with his big bank.

"They were not getting the attention they used to get and had become accustomed to," DePaolo told analysts during a conference call last week to discuss quarterly performance.

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