Small and mid-sized banks are hoping for a boost under President-elect Donald Trump’s banking agenda as he aims to dismantle Dodd-Frank regulations. Advocates for these banks say Dodd-Frank rules are squeezing their lending capabilities, and Trump’s deregulatory regime would make it easier for them to grow.

One item at the top of these banks’ wish list — take the focus off of size.

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