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- NationsBank sets aggressive affordable-housing plan. // Mortgage Banking;Feb96, Vol. 56 Issue 5, p7
Reports on NationsBank Corp.'s half-billion dollar affordable mortgage program that requires no downpayment, no closing costs and no application fees.
- NationsBank wants partners. Radigan, Joseph // U.S. Banker;May95, Vol. 105 Issue 5, p18
Reports on NationsBank Corp.'s search for partners to create a check-processing utility among several banks. Failure of previous effort; Focus on the Atlanta, Georgia market; Benefits of the utility; Comments by Jack Price of NationsBank Services Co.
- Banking on the midwest. Baird, Kristen // Crain's Cleveland Business;02/23/98, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p19
Reports on the expansion of NationsBank Corporation's Cleveland, Ohio, office. Background information on the company; Financial performance of the company; Views of James M. Doyle former structured finance specialist at StarBank in Cleveland.
- NationsBank in test of Visa Cash Card. // American Banker;10/13/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 198, p11
Reports on NationsBank Corp.'s pilot testing of the Visa Cash Card, a disposable stored-value card with a computer chip.
- NationsBank unifies cash management for interstate era. Marjanovic, Steven // American Banker;10/13/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 198, p12
Reports on NationsBank Cor.'s centralization of its cash management system that makes use of interstate banking regulations. Marketing of new system under the name Customer Connection; View of move as a creation of a new bank for wholesale customers.
- No preprinted deposit slip? There'll be a $1 fee. Gillam, Carey // American Banker;5/20/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 96, p5
Reports on NationsBank Corp.'s expansion of its program that charges a one-dollar fee to accept some deposits. Company's assessment of the fee on some customers using counter items to do business at branches; Arch rival First Union Corp.'s similar program; Concern of consumers over charges.
- Distributing CTI across the enterprise. Dorrian, Len; Rudd, Sue // Business Communications Review;Mar1997, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p63
Focuses on the need for an enterprise architecture for computer-telephony integration (CTI) while highlighting NationsBank Corporation, a leading financial services company which is working towards this development. Advantages of the CTI; Presentation of a three-tier architecture; Details on...
- NationsBank unit emulates nonbanks in drive to build managed assets. Fraser, Katharine // American Banker;2/6/96, Vol. 161 Issue 24, p10
Reports on NationsBank Corp.'s asset management unit, TradeStreet Investment Associates. Efforts to attract business from pension funds and midsize corporations; Comments by company president, Andrew M. Silton; Revenue goals; Problem with staff turnover.
- NationsBank raises quarterly payout 9.5 ... to 46 cents. Siegel, David // American Banker;1/27/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 18, p24
Reports on NationsBank Corp. board of directors' approval of an increase in its quarterly cash dividend on its common stock. Increase in amount per share; Redemption of Series CC and Series DD preferred shares; Redemption price of Series CC; Redemption price of Series DD; Inclusion of accrued...
- NationsBank laying more plans to get card programs up to par. Fickenscher, Lisa // American Banker;11/17/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 223, p1
Reports on the NationsBank Corp. Leadership among bank cards; Aspirations; Financial performance; Achievements; Plans and expectations.