Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Banking Information Resources Grow on the Internet

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Banking Information Resources Grow on the Internet

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The Internet is overflowing with information about banking and financial services. A recent search for the word "banking" on the Yahoo! search engine pulled up 1,160 sites, including the home pages of a number of Oklahoma institutions.

Check out the following resources:

* Oklahoma Banker's Association at www.oba.com and American Banker's Association at www.aba.com * Credit Union National Association at www.cuna.org * House and Senate banking committees at www.house.gov/banking and www.senate.gov/~banking * Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. at www.fdic.gov * Federal Reserve Board at www.bog.frb.us * Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council at www.ffiec.gov * Federal Reserve System's National Information Center of Banking Information at www.ffiec.gov/nic * Two Treasury Departments have Web sites: Office of Thrift Supervision at www.ots.treas.gov and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency at www.occ.treas.gov * Conference of State Bank Supervisors at www.csbsdal.org If you know of any other useful banking and financial services- related Web sites, let me know for a future column. People All America Bank has named Bruce Holman its executive vice president. In his position, Holman will oversee both daily management of the bank and the decision making process. The University of Central Oklahoma graduate worked for Community Bank of Warr Acres for 26 years, serving as the president from 1980-96. Before that he was a bank examiner. Debbie Hatchett has joined Guaranty Bank as vice president, credit analyst. Hatchett brings 16 years' banking experience to the position. UMB Oklahoma Bank has hired Tresha Swickey as a residential mortgage loan originator. The graduate of Oklahoma State University has seven years of experience in banking. Education American Express Financial Advisors held a market outlook seminar Friday led by Steven Johnson, the company's regional director of investments. Johnson, who works at the company's Minneapolis headquarters, characterized 1997 as a year of strong economic growth, due partly to a low inflation rate and moderate interest rates. …

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