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Being a banker today is more complicated and challenging than ever before. Regulations are tougher, laws are changing faster, and con artists are more devious.
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- To assist administrators in maintaining high morale.
- To provide a timely, reliable information source for the banker who does not have access to all pertinent banking publications, nor the time to read and evaluate them.
- To supply a sounding board for the purpose of sharing information and creating communication between all parts of the financial industry.
- To assemble all of the above in a readable, understandable, usable format that can be photocopied and distributed in-house by each subscriber.
George B. Milner, Jr.
Bankers Information Network
P. .Kevin Smith