Trends In Banking

GUESTS: Edmund Mierzwinski/Program Director, US Public Interest Research Group Editor, American Association of Retired Persons "Your Credit" Alfred M. Pollard/Senior Director for Legislation, Bankers Roundtable Ken Guenther Executive Vice President, Independent Bankers Association of America Banks are evolving from simply taking deposits and lending money to providing notary service, investment advice and diverse accounts. There are also new ways to conduct transactions: by phone, computer, or through video tellers. And banks themselves are growing by acquiring smaller banks. Join host Ray Suarez and guests for a look at new trends in banking.

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