More than two years have passed since the eye of the financial storm hit, and banks are not yet done picking through the debris, trying to determine what about their business models is salvageable and what needs to be replaced.

A muddled outlook on the economy and extraordinary intervention by the federal government in the capital markets have made the task of figuring out "the new normal" all the more difficult, according to three analysts who participated in an American Banker roundtable in May in New York.

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