Bonneau, Catherine
September 2007
Bank Technology News;Sep2007, Vol. 20 Issue 9, Special section p6
Trade Publication
The author discusses the provision of investment and insurance solutions through banks and credit unions, which is the sole focus of financial institutions that work with PRIMEWEST LLC. It was said that the focus drives strategic plans in developing ways on how to make it easier for financial institutions to succeed. David Mayer, program manager at CFC Investment Center at Chemical Bank in Midland, Michigan, discusses the company's insurance and investment products offered through PRIMEVEST.


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