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Managing a bank requires senior management knowledge of many different functions. Most managers have expertise in one or two specific areas, but need a place to turn for guidance and tools when it comes to other areas. This three-volume manual is our answer to the problem. — Ed Pace
This three-volume manual and CD set* is the only resource that gives senior management everything needed to manage all bank operations. It is a community bank encyclopedia that covers everything from A to Z. It was been designed to be the key feature in a community bank library, and from this position to be readily used to obtain answers to the hundreds of questions that arise daily in a community bank. Each of the three volumes covers a specific functional area in a clear, easy-to-understand style. All the information and sample materials are practical and have already been proven to work in other community banks.
Each volume covers an area of banking — Executive Management, Earning Assets Management, and Risk Management — These are the subject areas covered by Volumes 1, 2, and 3, respectively.
* the companion CD is sent upon payment.
Ed Pace has spent many years as a banker, bank consultant, financial writer, and teacher. He started his career at the First National Bank in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where at various times he served as credit department manager, compliance officer, training officer, commercial loan officer, correspondent banker, and author/editor of the bank’s policies and procedures manuals. Also while a banker, he wrote and taught on the side, authoring more than 25 articles for national banking magazines, conducting seminars on behalf of Robert Morris Associates, and joining the faculty of the Pacific Coast Banking School.
For the past 30 years, Mr. Pace has written extensively for Sheshunoff. He was the author of the company’s flagship product, the 16-volume Bank High Performance Management System, and its follow-on, the three-volume Community Bank Management system. See all works by Mr. Pace