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Being a banker today is more complicated and challenging than ever before. Regulations are tougher, laws are changing faster, technology is changing, con artists are more devious, and financial crimes are much more sophisticated!
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- To keep front line and operations personnel up-to-date on regulatory and compliance issues and industry-related techniques.
- 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.
George B. Milner, Jr.
Bankers Information Network
P. .Kevin Smith