American Institute of Banking


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American Institute of Banking

An educational organization that offers more than 100 courses on banking each year. It awards diplomas and certificates to those who complete its coursework, which is offered online. More than 150,000 people matriculate through the AIB each year. It was founded in 1907.
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Wummer, a member of the Financial Service Centers of America (FiSCA), American Institute of Banking (AIB) and Pennsylvania Mortgage Bankers Association, led the free, informative conference call.
He is a former instructor for the American Institute of Banking and a graduate of the Dale Carnegie Public Speaking Program.
In 1977, he received a degree in investment banking from the American Institute of Banking.
She is a graduate of Bates College and holds a certificate from the American Institute of Banking.
He has also earned a number of banking certificates and degrees from the American Institute of Banking (AIB) as well as having been an instructor for this educational arm of banking.
From 1994 to 2000, he was an adjunct faculty member at Nashville State Technological Institute, leading coursework for the American Institute of Banking and the Tennessee Bankers Association.
She has received a number of banking certificates in a variety of areas from the American Institute of Banking (AIB).
She was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree from Montclair State University, and has also completed numerous banking courses from the American Institute of Banking.
He completed Finance Investment Studies with the American Institute of Finance in New York City, and banking courses with the American Institute of Banking.
Lawrence has received a number of banking certificates over the past 12 years from the American Institute of Banking.
He is a member of the National Financial Management Honor Society, a former instructor at the American Institute of Banking, and a graduate of the Commercial Lending Training Program of Chase Manhattan Bank.
Ann was educated in the Worcester school system and the American Institute of Banking.
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