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Development of Two Bank Groups in the Central Northwest

A Study in Bank Policy and Organization

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674422056

Publication Date: 01/01/1944

418 pages

18 illustrations

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The struggle of business men in the Central Northwest to create banks, to keep them going, and to give them strength is the theme of this book—a study of financial development in a region which crammed into less than a century what often filled a thousand years in older parts of the world. This book is chiefly the history of the two big banking groups of the Twin Cities which were created by the more conservative bankers of the metropolis of the Central Northwest. Out of his familiarity with the banking groups he describes and with the region, Charles Popple has colored his history with names, personalities, and stories and illustrated principles with specific examples. Out of his many years of practical banking experience, he throws light, in this regional history, upon the whole problem of forming bank groups.

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