Y2K Cash Flow: Will Your Customers Go Wild?

Smith, Brian
August 1999
America's Community Banker;Aug99, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p50
Trade Publication
Discusses the cash demand problem faced by banks in the United States States in relation to the year 2000 date conversion (Y2K). Condition of Y2K survavalists; Information on bank customers termed as data-loss neurosis; Details on the plan of some banks to distribute special account statements.


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