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The Winter 2012 New England Bank Directory – the Blue Book – is the definitive, year-round reference source for anyone working with banks and credit unions in the New England states, including Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. And it is now available in four formats to meet your specific needs: print, online, CD and ebook.
The directory, published by BankNews Media on behalf of the MBA, includes complete contact information; bank officers and directors; primary branch locations; business hours; financial data*; correspondents; and memberships. Plus, you will find contact information for state and national associations and government agencies, with expanded information about the MBA.
The online version of the directory offers all the information from the print directory, plus the interactive benefits of the internet, including searchability by individual name, financial institution, primary and branch locations, and asset size.
With new charters and mergers, you will want to keep your reference materials up-to-date.
Click here to order your print, online or CD edition. To order the Winter 2012 New England Bank Directory eBook, visit www.Bankers-eStore.com. The ebook can be read on iPhones, iPads, and other devices with ebook/epub capability.
* Financial Data for the 2011 edition as of June 30, 2011.
Do you want to keep up with the latest trends in banking? How about the major political, legislative and regulatory policies impacting your job and your institution’s trajectory?
You need Massachusetts Banker.
You’ll find profiles and features on local bank leaders and financial companies.
Discover opportunities to spread the word about your own institution’s charitable work, new hires and promotions. Moreover, in the award-winning quarterly Massachusetts Banker Magazine you’ll see a regular listing of upcoming industry events and educational programs to benefit you and your staff.
We’re betting you’d like to better educate the up-and-comers on your staff about the ins and outs and the intricacies of our industry.
The best part?
You can have it all for only $5 per year.
That’s only $1.25 per issue for each employee. (But you knew that because, well, you’re in banking.)
If you call the number below, you may find that you qualify for a group rate that will save you even more money.
To order, call the toll free number today:
Massachusetts Banker is the magazine of the Massachusetts Bankers Association
Two Brochures are Available
Every year, scores of senior citizens fall victim to financial abuse at the hands of con artists, bogus charities, unscrupulous contractors, and even abusive family members or acquaintances. Over the past 12 years, the Massachusetts Bankers Association has spearheaded an effort to enlist the participation of financial institutions in the Massachusetts Bank Reporting Project, a public-private venture whereby banks may receive training to detect elder financial abuse and utilize a standard reporting protocol.
The Association wants to reminder you of the availability of two consumer brochures which banks and elder service agencies may use to educate elderly customers and clients regarding steps they can take to avoid becoming a victim of financial abuse. The first brochure, Don’t Be a Victim—Protect Your Savings, provides tips for older citizens to protect themselves from financial exploitation. The second brochure, entitled, Financial Exploitation of Seniors is More Common Than You Think, includes a perforated card with safety tips and the telephone number of the Elder Abuse Hotline, which seniors may contact in the case of financial abuse. This tear-off wallet sized card is a handy reference tool. These brochures serve to educate consumers as part of the Massachusetts Bank Reporting Project.
Also available is a laminated placard for tellers entitled, Warning Signs of Elder Financial Exploitation. This placard may be posted at each teller station and will help tellers know what to look for when dealing with elderly customers who are prime targets for exploitation.
Widespread use of these brochures and the placard will serve to enhance relationships between banks, elder service agencies and elders while reducing the occurrence of financial exploitation in Massachusetts. Click to download an order form. Or order online through the Association store.
If you have any questions about the Massachusetts Bank Reporting Project please contact Anne Carney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Winter 2011 edition of the New England Bank Directory, published by BankNews Media on behalf of the Massachusetts Bankers Association, will be available in December. The directory is the definitive, year-round resource for bank professionals throughout New England — and a cost-effective advertising opportunity for companies targeting the New England bank market.
The New England Bank Directory includes complete contact information, financial data, bank officers and directors, routing numbers, hours of business, branch locations, correspondents, and memberships for every bank in the following states:
- New Hampshire
- Rhode Island
Or call 800-336-1120.
ONLINE NEW ENGLAND BANK DIRECTORY
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The New England Bank Directory has a Yellow Pages section featuring a Supplier Guide and display advertising. Advertising may also be placed within the Bank Section. For more information about advertising opportunities, contact Robb Bertels at 913-261-7055.