Presenting Bank

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Presenting Bank

A bank that gives a demand for payment to another bank. For example, the presenting bank may submit a check to another bank and receive payment. The presenting bank does this if the financial instrument is drawn on another bank.
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The presenting banks are small and mid-cap banks conducting their operations primarily in the Midwest region of the United States.
Nasdaq: UCBI), announced that they will participate in the Southeast 2003 Super-Community Bank Conference sponsored by the fourteen presenting banks on February 5 and 6, in Arlington, Virginia.
Nineteen presenting banks sponsor the Midwest 2008 Super-Community Bank Conference.
The Conference is sponsored jointly by the fourteen presenting banks.
Twenty-two presenting banks sponsor the Midwest 2007 Super-Community Bank Conference.
The Conference is sponsored jointly by the twenty presenting banks, speaking to an audience of institutional investors, high net worth individuals and analysts from leading brokerage firms.
The Conference is sponsored jointly by the presenting banks, speaking to an audience of institutional investors, high net worth individuals, and analysts from leading brokerage firms.
Thirty presenting banks sponsor the Midwest 2006 Super- Community Bank Conference.
Nineteen presenting banks sponsor the West Coast 2004 Super-Community Bank Conference.
The Conference is sponsored jointly by the twelve presenting banks, speaking to an audience of institutional investors, high net worth individuals and analysts from leading brokerage firms.
Twenty-nine presenting banks sponsor the Midwest 2004 Super-Community Bank Conference.
The Conference is jointly sponsored by the presenting banks and includes an audience of institutional investors, high net worth individuals and analysts from leading brokerage firms.