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Financial frustration: State agency works to shore up confidence in AZ banks (access required)

Like their national brethren, state banks are suffering. The difference between the two is Arizona’s community banks — by and large — are not the orchestrators of their own tough times, says Arizona Department of Financial Institutions Superintendent Felecia Rotellini.  In discussing the plight of the banking industry, Rotellini is careful to delineate between the ...

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