As banks and credit unions experiment with new branch office formats, Fifth Third opened in April its first “microbranch,” a bank branch about half the size of its traditional brick-and-mortar office that does away with teller lines and cash drawers.
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Read these past stories online about bank branch trends:
March 2013: Banks plan more branch closings
May 2013: Credit union unveils new video tellers
Aug. 2013: PNC talks future of bank branches