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Major search underway for graduates of Stonier National Graduate School of Banking

This request from the American Banking Association. 

            WASHINGTON – Celebrating a combined history of 125 years of excellence in executive education, Stonier and the National School of Banking are launching a major search for more than 21,000 graduates.   The American Bankers Association’s Stonier National Graduate School of Banking is planning a special reunion for alumni and other leaders of the financial services industry at a special two-day event to mark the occasion, June12-13, 2010 in Philadelphia.

            Most of the schools’ graduates hold (or did hold) the title of vice president or senior vice president, while one in five is an executive vice president, chairman or CEO.   Ten percent of graduates represent regulatory agencies.  In every case, they reached the pinnacle of their careers or are the rising stars of their organizations and come from more than 45 states and 15 countries.

            “We want to keep track of all of our graduates,” said ABA Executive Vice President Doug Adamson, “but after many years, we’ve lost touch with many of them, especially those who have retired.  This is a way to bring everyone together again, talk about the old days, and reflect on how banking has changed over the years.  We hope to hear from all of our graduates.”

            Any graduate – from the schools’ inception to the present day – is invited to attend the reunion and is urged to contact Candace Boone at cboone@aba.com or 202-663-5416 as soon as possible.   More information is available athttp://www.aba.com/Events/Stonier_Alumni.htm.

The American Bankers Association brings together banks of all sizes and charters into one association. ABA works to enhance the competitiveness of the nation’s banking industry and strengthen America’s economy and communities. Its members – the majority of which are banks with less than $125 million in assets – represent over 95 percent of the industry’s $13 trillion in assets and employ over 2 million men and women.

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Written by Colin Henderson

April 21, 2010 at 19:58

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