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The Financial Crisis

by The ETSU Center for Banking

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The Center for Banking at East Tennessee State University will conduct a public forum concerning the current financial crisis and its potential impact on the citizens of the East Tennessee/Southwest Virginia area. The forum will be held at the Holiday Inn in Johnson City on Monday, October 13, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. The forum is being co-sponsored by area banks in an effort to provide information to the public regarding the current state of the financial crisis and the safety and soundness of area banks, particularly the status of customer deposits in these financial institutions. Dr. Larry White, John H. Poteat Chair of Banking and Director of the Center for Banking at East Tennessee State University, will serve as moderator for the forum. Panelists who will be speaking and answering questions from the audience will include Commissioner Greg Gonzales, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions; Roy Harmon, Chairman and CEO of Bank of Tennessee; and Anderson Smith, President and CEO of Jefferson Federal Bank. In addition to these banks, representatives from other area banks will be on hand to answer specific questions from their customers before and after the forum. For more information on the forum, contact the ETSU Center for Banking at (423) 439-4402.

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  • Category: Economics
  • Language: English

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