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Nine Young Bankers Who Changed America: A Podcast Well Worth a Listen

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Nine Young Bankers Who Changed America: A Podcast Well Worth a Listen

Posted by Michael Berman on Aug 31, 2018 10:14:38 AM
Michael Berman

Maybe we should look at today’s Millennials in a new light.

Here’s a link to an ABA Banking Journal podcast depicting nine young bankers who changed America. In this episode, you’ll hear about:

· How 27-year-old Alexander Hamilton founded the nation’s first commercial bank
· The 32-year-olds who founded America’s first savings banks
· Maggie Walker, the daughter of a freed slave who became the first woman to open a U.S. bank
· The Tennessee community bank technologist who won the race to launch home computer banking
· The junior bank officer who put together what would become the Visa network
· How a young management consultant developed data-driven ways to expand access to credit cards

Let's not underestimate the ingenuity and creativity of the young people in our industry!

If you can’t see the audio player above, click here to listen to this week’s episode.

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Topics: Risk & Compliance, Integrated Risk Blog

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