Commercial banks have long been known for their high-quality customer service.
However, as the industry matures, many of these institutions are becoming increasingly focused on becoming more cost-efficient.
That means that some banks are looking to become more profitable by selling off their assets.
That could mean more assets are sold to a third party, or it could mean banks sell some of their core business to more attractive competitors.
Here are five banks that are looking at what might happen next.
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Royal Bank of Scotland bank says it will not renew its partnership with UBS article The biggest banks in the world are all looking to get out of their traditional banking business, but one group is sticking to it.
The Bank of England has announced it will no longer continue its relationship with U.K. bank UBS, which has been the biggest provider of credit cards for many years.
The decision came after a probe by regulators that revealed the bank had manipulated prices on credit cards and sold them to customers for inflated sums.
This is a huge blow for UBS and for many other banks that have been working to become cost-competitive.
But it could also lead to the creation of new, cheaper competitors in the banking industry.
The bank’s share price has dropped from $17.50 to $16.65.