10 banks subpoenaed by the Senate fund-raising panel

McConnell, Bill
May 1997
American Banker;5/27/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 100, p2
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Presents the ten banks which were issued subpoenas by the Senate Committee investigating fund-raising irregularities in the 1996 presidential election in the United States. Includes Bank of America; Grand National Bank; United National Bank.


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