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Banking




Vol. 18, No. 1,
First Quarter 2005

FEATURES

 Payment System
 Changes
 Accelerate

 Community
 Banks Look
 for Payments
 Niche

 Mexican Immigrants’
 Remittance Patterns

 Fed Governor
 Addresses
 Retirement Savings

 Atlanta Fed
 President Foresees
 Low Inflation

 Fed Governor
 Says Productivity
 Fosters Growth

 New Sixth District
 Directors

 Banks’ Risk Levels
 May Affect
 CEO Pay

DEPARTMENTS

 Did You Know?

 Data Bank

 Circular Letters

 STAFF

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Changes in Payment System Will Accelerate

Driven by check conversions and soaring debit card use, electronic payments have surpassed checks as the nation’s payment method of choice.

FULL STORY


Adapting to Changing Payments: Opportunities for Community Bankers

As the payment system changes rapidly, community banks’ flexibility and responsiveness make them well positioned to understand and meet the needs of their customers.

FULL STORY


Study Examines Mexican Immigrants’ Remitting Habits

Altruism, investment, and mitigating risk are important reasons Mexican immigrants in the United States remit money to their home country.

FULL STORY