In the years since banks curtailed their training programs, other organizations and institutions have picked up the slack

Mid adult African American businesswoman is smiling and raising her hand. She is answering a question during a business conference or job training seminar. Professional woman is wearing business clothing. She is sitting with diverse colleagues.

iStock photo If you came up as a banker in the 1980s or before, you underwent a rigorous, institutional training program that would last a couple of years. Danny Montelaro, now area president for…

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