MONEY MASTERS by Harry Edward Neal

MONEY MASTERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Unlike The New Look in Banking (McKay, p. J-84) which considered careers for women in this profession, this attempts to interest prospective bankers of both sexes by explaining the many facets of the banking world through straightforward fact and personal examples. Job opportunities and training arise incidentally and in special chapters at the end. By dealing with such aspects as how banks lend money, how trusts and loan associations operate, what roles the cashier, teller, examiner and officer play, how Federal, City and County banks function, what services the Export- Import Bank provides, the author carefully weeds out those who become bored with the mechanics of finance. For those who read on, here are the fundamental workings of a complicated, vital organ of society and the basis for an educated decision among interested teenagers.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1961
Publisher: Messner