Marranca, Sal
November 2011
Independent Banker;Nov2011, Issue 11, p9
The article presents the author's views on the role of community banks in fighting against the financial crises in the U.S. He states that it is very important to make customers, directors, and staff aware about the institutional preference to community banks ahead of Wall Street megabanks or non-tax paying credit unions. He further emphasizes the need to understanding the difference between a community bank and Wall Street megabank as the work of both organizations is totally different.


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