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157
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South Carolina National Corporation became a fully owned subsidiary of Wachovia Corp. December 6, 1991.
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Tarheel Banker (NoCar HG 1501 T37x), Vol. 70 Issue 8, Feb 1992, p5, por
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200
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Mike Patterson is CEO of Triangle Bank and Trust Company, Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Tarheel Banker (NoCar HG 1501 T37x), Vol. 70 Issue 9, Mar 1992, p14-18, por
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958
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Gwen Davis, president of College Foundation, Inc., is eager to help college students with financial aid.
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Tarheel Banker (NoCar HG 1501 T37x), Vol. 72 Issue 1, Jan 1993, p16-18, por
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957
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News conference speakers state that the conviction rate and punishment of bank robbers should deter would-be thieves.
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Tarheel Banker (NoCar HG 1501 T37x), Vol. 72 Issue 1, Jan 1993, p5-8, por
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982
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Recent changes in environmental liability specify that bank lenders are no longer exempted from liability for holding as collateral property that was contaminated by environmental waste.
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Tarheel Banker (NoCar HG 1501 T37x), Vol. 72 Issue 8, Feb 1993, p26-27, por
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981
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The North Carolina School of Banking has created the Mid-Management Program, a three-year summer banking program.
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Tarheel Banker (NoCar HG 1501 T37x), Vol. 72 Issue 8, Feb 1993, p16-17, por
Record #:
980
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George Watts Hill, noted banker and businessman, helped spearhead the development of the Research Triangle and North Carolina during the past 70 years.
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Tarheel Banker (NoCar HG 1501 T37x), Vol. 72 Issue 8, Feb 1993, p5-6, por
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1053
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Several commercial banks in North Carolina are joining the Federal Home Loan Bank System, which offers such benefits as access to competitively priced short- and long-term credit and the availability of community investment services.
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Tarheel Banker (NoCar HG 1501 T37x), Vol. 72 Issue 10, Mar 1993, p24-26, por
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1052
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North Carolina banker C. C. Hope, Jr., former director of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), died of pneumonia in March, 1993.
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Tarheel Banker (NoCar HG 1501 T37x), Vol. 72 Issue 10, Mar 1993, p6-9, por