Celent Banking Webinar: Branch Boom Gone Bust: Predicting a Steep Decline in US Branch Density

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11 June 2013
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The US retail banking branch network has yet to respond to the obvious migration of customers to new digital alternatives. After 40 years of branch building, the US will witness a dramatic reduction in the number of operating branches.

Bob Meara, Senior Analyst, and Stephen Greer, Analyst with Celent’s Banking Group, as they discuss the US branch boom phenomenon, showing how the big banks own the historic overinvestment. This webinar will explore multiple US retail market segments and developed market retail banking demographics to show that the US branch boom is an anomaly. This presentation will also take a look forward, examining how financial institutions are acting, given the decline in branch traffic.

This presentation draws on findings from the report Branch Boom Gone Bust: Predicting a Steep Decline in US Branch Density.

This event is free to attend for Celent clients, flex-plan clients, and the media. Non-clients can attend for a fee of US$250. If you are unsure of your client status, please contact Bret Heither at +360.597.4846 or

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Geographic Focus
North America