U.S. League of Savings Institutions

U.S. League of Savings Institutions

A former professional association for savings banks in the United States. Its goals were to establish and enforce best practices among members, to lobby policymakers on behalf of the industry and to educate the public about banking issues. It was established in 1892 and merged with the National Council of Community Bankers in 1992.
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Chamber of Commerce, Director of the Bank Investment Fund, Member of the Fitchburg School Building Committee, Vice Chairman and Director of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, President and Director of the Co-operative Central Bank of Boston, President of the Massachusetts League of Community Banks, Legislative Committee of U.
Klaeser, who joined the Company in April, 2003, began his career in 1982 with the U.
Thrifts also had, as their bodyguard on the Hill, the U.
A certified public accountant, Record has devoted many hours to his community and has served as director of both the Kansas/Nebraska League of Savings Institutions and the Savings & Community Bankers of America, formerly known as the U.
During his tenure with the Michigan League, Wall became well-versed in issues and regulations pertaining to the thrift industry, represented the industry to the media and participated on various committees of the U.
Previously, he was vice president and economist for the New York Stock Exchange from 1964 to 1967 and also had served as economist for the U.