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When I began my career in banking in the 1980s, financial institutions in the metro New York City market were targeting a new demographic: young professionals. They offered a relationship product (combined checking, savings and credit accounts) and waived minimum balance requirements for several months and extended lines of credit to recent graduates. The idea was simple: attract young customers with compelling offers and keep them for life.

Peter Westerman

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