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The Best Banking Relationship Is A Two-Way Arrangement

Sometimes a microcosm speaks louder than a Wall Street analyst's report about the merits of a giant bank. Here's one example: I use 7 large banks. A few I didn't pick because they arrived at my door from M&A transactions.  But suffice it to say, my 19 accounts are handled well because I know the meaning of "best of breed". I also know what "integration" means and I am willing to manage my end of this two-way-street relationship. Am I the anomaly or the rule?  Isn't there one giant bank that can claim they are the best for this pedestrian bank customer?  Let me know. Oh, I forgot to tell you, my glue is stickier than Gorilla Glue.  I don't switch just to save a few bucks. I like my 7 banks, and I believe they like me, even when I'm a thorn in their side when I criticize something I don't like about them.

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M. Arthur Gillis

M. Arthur Gillis

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