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Nevada financial institutions alter footprint as technology advances

Kevin Travis, a managing director at the financial advisory consulting firm Novantas in New York, said branch employees are moving toward product and service areas, letting machines process transactions.

“The teller job is disappearing,” he said in an email. “The teller counter will continue to evolve to look more like a retail location. … The banker role will be to do the things that machines can’t ­— sales and complex service items.”

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