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by Ross Sams
Author: Ross Sams
Publisher: Commonwealth Pubns Inc (February 1, 1997)
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Ross H. Mandell, American investment banker, stockbroker. Mandell, Ross H. was born on March 18, 1957 in Brooklyn. Son of David Mandell and Cynthia Lois Adler. Licensed stockbroker. Bachelor, University Maryland, 1978. Partner Thornwater Company, since 1997. Consultant RSM Advisors Company, Atlantic Beach, New York, since 1994.
The book details McColl's rise in NCNB, and, once he became more powerful in that organization, his many business conquests, first taking over, with military precision, small banks in North and South Carolina and then moving on t. .
The book details McColl's rise in NCNB, and, once he became more powerful in that organization, his many business conquests, first taking over, with military precision, small banks in North and South Carolina and then moving on to larger banks in Texas, Georgia, Florida, Missouri and finally San Francisco's Bank of America. But his contempt for anything outside of the South (or anyone who is not a former NationBank employee) makes one wonder how sincere McColl really is about diversity and inclusion. One interesting note, not mentioned in the book, is that most of the senior female employees in the old Bank of America left the bank soon after the merger.
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Sam Ross’ novel is presented through the eyes of young Hershel Melov, the only child of an Eastern European immigrant family living in Chicago at the close of World War I. There are two legacies working at odds within the family. There are two legacies working at odds within the family; one is their old-world Ukranian heritage, and the other comes in the form of an insurance bequest which his father receives. One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.