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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During his banking career he attended the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO, Williams College in Williamstown, MA, and the American Institute of Banking. Mr.
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He is a former instructor for the American Institute of Banking banker training program.
Don graduated from North High School and pursued further education at Worcester Junior College, Northeastern University (Associate in Accounting), and American Institute of Banking (Graduate Certificate).
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He then attended the American Institute of Banking at the University of Wisconsin, earning a certificate in 1977.
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She received the Board of Regents award for achieving the highest academic average while completing her professional banking studies with the American Institute of Banking.
He attended Framingham State College and the American Institute of Banking.
He attended Clark University and was a graduate of the American Institute of Banking. He served in the U.S.
He was past president of the American Institute of Banking. He served on the Board of Directors for six years at the Gardner Community Development Center.
He was Past President of the American Institute of Banking. He served on the Board of Directors and office for six years at the Gardner Community Development Center.
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