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New Jersey Bankers Association
Webinar - NJBankers 2018 Economic Survey - Current Market Condition and Regulatory Environment

May 31, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

NJBankers with the support of FinPro, commissions a survey of members each year and this year, the results will be shared through a webinar featuring Distinguished Professor Jim Hughes of the Bloustein School at Rutgers University, Thomas Shara, President/CEO, Lakeland Bank and Donald Musso, President/CEO of FinPro, Inc. Based on member responses, the Survey provides a timely snapshot of member opinions on topics that included commercial and residential lending, business loan demand, the US and NJ economies, regulatory concerns, millennials in the workforce and many other topics of interest to members. Please take the time to conference in to this important review of data collected from you, our members.

To access the webinar: Please go to http://ejb.adobeconnect.com/njbankers/ and under "Enter as Guest" add your first and last name, then click "Enter Room." Use your computer speakers for audio, and use the chat tool to ask questions.

NJBankers Holds New & Improved Annual Conference

This year’s Annual Conference at the JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort in FL drew numerous representatives from 52 banks and more than 94 associate members and other business firms.

New Format Delights Attendees
This year, the Annual Conference format was refreshed and reinvigorated resulting in many accolades from attendees. Unlike previous years, every morning began with educational Concurrent Sessions. Each session was repeated allowing participants to attend twice as many sessions in a day then at previous Conferences. Session topics included regulatory hot topics, CRA innovative programs, trends in M&A; BSA; the cyber landscape, succession planning and many more trending topics that bankers need to know.

Rather than hold two General Sessions during the Conference, the Concurrent Sessions were followed by three General Sessions. By featuring three sessions, attendees experienced more Keynote speakers who captivated the audience with their insight. 

More Keynote Speakers than Ever Before

Rebeca Romero Rainey, President and CEO of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) presented a summary of the efforts and wins by the ICBA to support community banks nationwide. She is one of the industry’s foremost advocates for regulatory reform that makes sense! She discussed future advocacy efforts to support the health of the banking industry by a continuing dialogue with the current Administration on rolling back over-bearing regulations that are hurting community banks. Her presentation received a huge round of applause.

Mark Zinder, speaker, economic forecaster, writer and consultant presented “What Happens Next”- a futurist look that resulted from studying historical events. He showed how history repeats itself with innovations that disrupt or destroy the norm!

The “Amazon Prime Effect”, featuring Dave DeFazio, partner Strategy Corps, fascinated the audience with just how much Amazon is influencing the world around us. His presentation was captivating and timely indeed!

Scott Pioli, Assistant General Manager of the Atlanta Falcons discussed diversity and its impact on sports and life in general. His Q & A period allowed attendees to participate in discussions ranging from current NFL initiatives to insight on working with Bill Parcells of the Giants (his father-in-law!) and Bill Belichick. His message was valuable to all – not just football enthusiasts!

Lieutenant Colonel Robert Darling presented a moving description of his experience during 9/11 as a logistics coordinator in the President’s Bunker. His discussion on crisis leadership was a minute by minute, hour by hour recounting of the events of 9/11 as managed by our top leaders including President Bush and Vice President Cheney among other administration officials including Condoleezza Rice, then Secretary of State. He later signed his book, “24 Hours Inside the President’s Bunker- 9/11/01: The White House”.



Inspirational Breakfast Energizes the Morning

An Inspirational Breakfast featured Ben Utecht, former NFL player of the Indianapolis Colts. As a result of six seasons, and a Super Bowl championship, Utecht walked away because of multiple injuries, concussions, and memory loss from playing. Utecht works with and advises the American Brain Foundation on its mission to fund research in to the causes, improved treatments, and cures for brain and other nervous system diseases.

Installation of Officers

The Annual Conference featured the Installation of the NJBankers  2018 – 2019 Officers. The new leadership includes, as Chairman, William D. Moss, President and CEO, Two River Community Bank; First Vice Chairman Thomas J. Kemly, President and CEO, Columbia Bank; and Second Vice Chairman Thomas J. Shara, President and CEO, Lakeland Bank. James Vaccaro, Chairman, President and CEO, Manasquan Bank administered the oath of office and presented the ceremonial gavel to Moss. 


 Recreational Activities

Attendees enjoyed the Annual Conference fun and games.  We are pleased to report that none of the participants in the Everglades Tour were lost, and the golf tournament was not rained out (though gloomy skies prevailed)!

Spouses enjoyed a private breakfast as well as a yoga session for anyone interested in a morning stretch.

Game Night was a huge success! Featuring Skee-ball, pool, giant Jenga, basketball and Board Games, attendees enjoyed winning, “not winning” and even a pie in the face! All were good sports. Food and fun was had by all.

A "reel" fish story - Participants of the fishing trip set out for deeper waters.

Fish on! Thank you George Dean Callas of the The Invictus Group for sponsoring the fishing trip.

Market Showplace Features Product and Service Solution Providers

A bustling Market Showplace featured solution providers for all bank attendees.  Members and Associate Members visited with the 32 exhibitors to learn more about the products and services they offer. Solution Providers offered prizes to participants and there were even Caricaturists who drew portraits of attendees!  The Market Showplace was THE place to meet for breakfast and receptions.

Revs Institute Tour Explored Automotive History
The Revs Institute is a premier destination to explore one of the largest archives of automotive history. Members enjoyed an afternoon of examining their extensive collection of vintage automobiles, rare books, photographs and documents noting the evolution in automobile design and the industry’s influence on modern culture. This was certainly a tour “driven” for success!

Life’s at Ease with an Ocean Breeze Beach Bash a Hit
This year, the Annual Conference featured an afternoon of music, fun and food. The event was held earlier in the day than previous conferences – from 1:30 to 5:30 pm – and though the weather didn’t cooperate at first, all enjoyed the planned activities.

Music by the “Surf Dudes” had attendees singing along and tapping their feet. The food stations offered choices including tacos, elk (!), ice cream and so much more. Members enjoyed outdoor activities when the weather broke. Paddle Boards, Corn Hole, water hammocks and volleyball were available for all to enjoy! Life was certainly at ease for all on a beautiful beach with white sand and turquoise waters!

Thank you to Pat Dix of SHAZAM for providing our voice over's during the Conference.

NJBankers Board of Directors, members and staff extend their deep appreciation to the many sponsors and exhibitors for their participation in the Conference. The annual event would not be as successful as it was without their support!

Platinum Sponsors

Bankers Cooperative Group
BFS Group
Cullen & Dykman
Lakeland Bank
P&G Associates
GRC Solutions
NJBankers Business Services
RSK Compliance Solutions
Peapack-Gladstone Bank
Strategic Resource Management
Wolf & Company

Diamond Sponsors

Baker Tilly
Crowe Horwath
Manasquan Bank
Mosteller Associates
Valley National Bank

Gold Sponsors

Kearny Bank
Two River Community Bank

Silver Sponsors

Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer
Boenning & Scattergood
CenterState Bank
Columbia Bank
ICBA Securities
Investors Bank
The Kafafian Group
Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, A Stifel Company
Locke Lord
OceanFirst Bank
Sandler O’Neill + Partners

Bronze Sponsors

Atlantic Community Bankers Bank
Day Pitney
Heartland, a Global Payments Company
Helms Briscoe
The Invictus Group
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton
Luse Gorman
McCarter & English
PNC Bank
Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti
S.R. Snodgrass
Stevens & Lee
TD Bank

Patron Sponsors

Bogota Savings Bank



Annual Human Resources Conference
June 5-6, 2018

Operations and Technology Roundtable
June 6, 2018

Commercial Real Estate Conference
June 7, 2018

Women in Banking Conference
June 13, 2018

Employment Law Update Seminar
June 18, 2018

2018 Compliance University
June 20-22, 2018

Bank Security Seminar
June 27, 2018

See njbankers.com for details.

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Service to the Banking Industry Celebrated at Annual Conference

There were three members who celebrated significant anniversaries serving the New Jersey banking industry this year.

Katherine Liseno, president/CEO, Metuchen Savings Bank, was honored for 55 years of service to the Garden State banking industry.

Andrew Scrivani, a Director of Crest Savings Bank, celebrated 40 years serving the banking industry.

Robert Monteith, former president/CEO, and a Director of NVE Bank, was recognized at the Former Chairmen’s dinner for his 45 years of service to the banking industry.

John E. McWeeney, Jr., NJBankers president & CEO presented plaques to the deserving recipients. We applaud your dedication to the industry!

In addition, Bogota Savings Bank has served the banking public for 125 years having been incorporated in 1893. Though there have been many changes, mergers and acquisitions in the industry, the bank continues to serve their customers and neighbors. We wish Bogota Savings Bank another 125 years (or more) of service!

Members Applauded for Helping Their Neighbors through the Community Service Awards

Members were recognized for their commitment to the communities they serve through the NJBankers Community Service Awards.

The NJBankers Public Relations and Marketing Committee initiated the Award program as a way to recognize the many civic and charitable activities that are conducted by member banks throughout the year.

The awards are determined by independent judges who are members of the PRSA.

This year, the following banks were honored with awards:
Largest National Bank – TD Bank
Banks with Deposits over $5 Billion – Provident Bank;
Banks with Deposits between $2 Billion to $5 Billion – Peapack-Gladstone Bank
Banks with Deposits between $1 Billion and $2 Billion – Northfield Bank
Banks with Deposits between $500 Million and $999 Million – Unity Bank
Banks with Deposits between $300 Million and $500 Million – Crest Savings Bank
Banks with Deposits below $300 Million – Lincoln 1st Bank

Congratulations to these members for all you do for your customers, neighbors and communities you serve!

Forrey-Gallman Awarded to Two Deserving Recipients

The Forrey-Gallman Award was bestowed upon two familiar names in the Garden State Banking Industry.  The Award honors members who have demonstrated long-term outstanding service to the NJ banking industry. It is named for Robert C. Forrey and Emil A. Gallman, longtime chief executive officers of the New Jersey Bankers Association and the New Jersey Savings League, respectively, who inspired association members with their leadership in assuring that members were well represented in the areas of government relations, public relations and educational opportunities.

This year, there were two Award recipients.
Gerald H. Lipkin, former President/CEO who continues to be Chairman of Valley National Bank and Robert E. Stillwell, CEO of Boiling Springs Savings Bank received the prestigious award.

In addition to leading Valley National Bank to excellence, Gerry has been honored for his many contributions, both business and personal, to Community Based Organizations.

Bob has led BSSB to excellence as well! BSSB was chosen as one of the “Best Places to Work” and he gave back to the community as a founder of the Bank’s Community Alliance Program.

2018 Annual Reports for State-Chartered Banks, Savings & Loan Associations, and Limited Purpose Trust Companies

Important Information on required Annual Reports for State-Chartered Banks, Savings & Loan Associations, and Limited Purpose Trust Companies:

To see what’s required for your institution, click on the appropriate link below:

• State-chartered Commercial Banks

• State-chartered Stock Savings Banks

• State-chartered Mutual Savings Banks

• State-chartered Savings and Loan Associations

• State-chartered Limited Purpose Trust Companies

Member News

Atlantic Stewardship Bank Appoints Six New Business Development Board Members
Atlantic Stewardship Bank’s Board of Directors recently announced the appointment of six new members to its Business Development Boards. Members are appointed for a three-year term, during which they will promote the bank to individuals and businesses throughout the Bergen, Morris and Passaic County communities where the bank maintains branches and continues to be faithful to its customers.

Boiling Springs Savings Bank Promotes Kenneth G. Emerson to Senior EVP/Chief Operating & Strategy Officer
Boiling Springs Savings Bank has promoted Kenneth G. Emerson to Senior Executive Vice President/Chief Operating & Strategy Officer. In this position, Emerson will serve as chief administrator for retail operations and facilities management, direct the Bank’s overall administrative functions and develop strategies to foster the financial institution’s corporate growth and development.

BofA introduces AI app for retail customers
Bank of America will introduce an app employing intelligence for retail customers on July 1.

Bogota Savings Bank Supports Center for Food Action Rent Assistance and Hunger Prevention Programs
Using government grants and private donations, the Center for Food Action works to prevent hunger and homelessness in Bergen County. The Center provides emergency funds for paying rent or boxes of food, which free up a client's income for other expenses. The homeless that have met self-sufficiency goals may also qualify for security deposits, and the non-profit will also offer case management throughout this process. One of the non-profits main priorities is to provide assistance and guidance to struggling residents that enables them to maintain stable housing to avoid eviction or foreclosure. Their recent Monday Night at the Center for Food Action Savor event was sponsored by Bogota Savings Bank as well as members Oritani Bank, Kearny Bank and Lakeland Bank.

Photo L to R: Jack Fields, EVP/CFO, Oritani Bank, David Schunke, Senior Sales Representative, Bank Financial Services Group (BFS) and Joseph Coccaro, president/CEO, Bogota Savings Bank enjoy the fundraising event.

Investors Bank originates more than $300M in CRE loans

Short Hills-based Investors Bank Commercial Real Estate Lending Group recently originated 15 financing transactions valued at $308.3 million for a range of buildings.

Kearny Bank, Clifton Savings finalize merger
Fairfield-based Kearny Bank becomes the fifth-largest community bank in the New York area, based on total assets, following the completion on its merger with Clifton Savings Bank.

Northfield Bank Welcomes Patrick Farrell as SVP, C&I Lending Team Lead
Steven M. Klein, President and Chief Executive Officer of Northfield Bank announced that Patrick M. Farrell joined Northfield Bank as Senior Vice President and C&I Lending Team Lead in the Hopewell Valley region.

Podcast: NYCB’s Joe Ficalora on Lending to Rent-Stabilized Apartment Buildings
On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, Evan Sparks and Joan Gregory Saenz sat down with Joe Ficalora, president/CEO of New York Community Bancorp, a $49 billion thrift based on Long Island. NYCB lends primarily to owners of rent-stabilized, non-luxury buildings, and Ficalora discusses NYCB’s unique (and conservative) real estate business model, its long-standing strategy of growing through acquisitions and balance sheet restructurings and how the Dodd-Frank Act’s arbitrary $50 billion asset threshold for “systemically important” status has limited NYCB’s ability to grow. Listen to the podcast to hear about a distinctive corner of the banking industry.

Princeton TD Bank is WELL-certified
TD Bank’s Princeton location has been certified by the International WELL Building Institute after meeting standards for architectural design elements, technologies and health-advancement features.

Provident Bank Foundation awards major grants
The Provident Bank Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Jersey City-based Provident Bank, announced the recipients of its First Cycle 2018 Major Grants on Friday, awarding more than $200,000 to nonprofits in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

SB Bank names banking chief
SB One Bank has promoted Vito Giannola to chief banking officer.

TD Bank survey finds small businesses have major expansion, hiring plans
Expansion plans for small businesses is a top priority for 2018, with more than half anticipating revenue growth and 22 percent planning to hire more staff, according to the 2018 Small Business Survey by TD Bank.

Wells Fargo tags $825K for Fairmont Heights revitalization
The Wells Fargo Regional Foundation has given a five-year, $825,000 grant to the Urban League of Essex County to support neighborhood revitalization efforts by the Fairmont Heights Neighborhood Association.

Wells Fargo gives Camden's CBAC grants to support diverse small businesses
Wells Fargo & Co. announced Friday that it is awarding Camden-based Cooperative Business Assistance Corp. $150,000 in grant funds and $500,000 in lending capital to benefit diverse small business owners in South Jersey.

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Associate Member News

Bob Brown Joins Kaplan Partners
Bob Brown, recently retired senior partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, has joined Kaplan Partners as Managing Director.  During his career with PwC he provided board-level client solutions across a range of industries.  With Kaplan Partners, Bob will focus his energies on the firm’s Board Advisory Services, and the CEO and Financial Officers Search Practice areas.

Associate Member  Martino & Thoms is now Martino + Marley
The name is new, the website is new, but other than these visible changes, this powerful 30-year team remains unchanged. Their long-term commitment to delivering compliance excellence to the community banking industry is as strong as ever. The advisory consulting firm will continue to grow and serve your regulatory compliance, BSA/AML, and commercial/SBA loan review needs. An investment in Martino + Marley is one you can trust and Bank On! Visit www.martinomarley.com for more information.

Start Community Bank Selects COCC for Advanced Technology and Exceptional Customer Service
Start Community Bank, located in New Haven, CT, has selected COCC as its new provider for core banking services. The $134 million bank has decided to convert to COCC due to COCC’s strong focus on fostering customer relationships and developing new products.

CFT Commercial Lending School Fall 2018
October 28 - November 2, 2018
Courtyard by Marriott
420 Forsgate Drive, Cranbury, New Jersey
The Center for Financial Training is now accepting applicants for the 2018 Commercial Lending School. This intensive, one-week, in-residence program consistently receives rave reviews from the students. The school appeals to a wide range of students who need intensive and formal lending and credit training.

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2018 NJBankers/Crowe Bank Compensation and Benefits Survey
Exclusive Offer on 2018 Bank Compensation Survey - Participate Now

For more than 30 years, Crowe Horwath LLP has conducted a comprehensive annual survey of compensation-related practices in the banking industry. This year, the survey report will provide salary and bonus benchmarks for 263 positions as well as information on benefits, incentives, director compensation, succession planning, and human resource practices. It will also allow you to benchmark your bank’s compensation practices against those of other similar banks.

The survey results can help you address questions such as:

  • Are our employees being paid competitively?
  • What are banks planning for salary increases?
  • Is our executive compensation package competitive?
  • How do our director fees compare to others?
  • What can we do to control the costs of benefits?
  • How do our human resource programs compare with those of other banks?

In addition, by participating in the survey, you will receive access to exclusive thought leadership and a substantial discount off the retail price of the survey report.*

The survey closes May 31, 2018. Get started now.

Complete the Survey

* You must complete the entire survey to be eligible for the report discount.

Operations & Technology Roundtable

Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Brookdale Community College
Warner Student Life Center - Twin Lights Two
765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, NJ

Cybercriminals earn up to $2 million a year! Don’t allow them to earn their money by hacking your ATMs! Think you know it all? Learn more about combatting skimming, malware attacks & especially Jackpotting!

Don’t be held hostage! Do you really understand ransomware? You come to work, grab a cup of coffee, start your computer and… oh no… you are infected and the bad guys won’t release your stuff! Learn about ransomware- its origin, impact, promotion of sales kits to hackers and an attack on an RDP port. Scary stuff. 

Penalties can hurt your bank financially and can bruise your reputation. You need to understand current regulations and prepare for what’s coming to ensure compliance.  

The Dark Web is REALLY scary! Data breaches are REALLY scary too! So we’ve all heard about the danger that lurks on the Dark Web or Deep Web. You must design an effective BCP testing program. A well-written letter to customers won’t cut it!

Sure, you can attend the many cybersecurity seminars out there but this Roundtable is a format where you hear from experts yet have the flexibility to comment, ask questions and network. Register today!

Sponsorship Information: Contact Jenn Zorn, SVP & Director of Education and Business Development at jzorn@njbankers.com or 908-272-8500, ext. 611.

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NJBankers Leadership Academy

The New Jersey Bankers Leadership Academy is an opportunity to learn the skills for moving the bank into the future and ultimately support advocating for the banking industry. Help cultivate and advance the careers of these individuals by achieving their personal goals of success.  It's a win-win-win situation for all; the bankers, the institution and the industry!

Directors Training Web Seminars
The Webinar Package in conjunction with FinPro offers all of your directors and staff approximately 25 one-hour web-seminars (a year) that can be viewed live or at any subsequent time on an unlimited basis. 

**Please Note:
FINTECH - FRIEND OR FOE? Webinar - New Date: Thursday, June 21, 2018, 11:00 a.m.
Due to unexpected circumstances, the Fintech webinar has been postponed.

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Upcoming NJBankers Conferences - Don't Miss Out on Opportunities for Professional Development!

Joint Human Resources Conference with New York Bankers Association 
Tuesday, June 5, 2018 – Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Hilton Hotel, Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey

Why make plans now to attend the 2018 HR Conference coming this June? That's easy! You need to be there because it will be more comprehensive than ever! NJBankers has partnered with the New York Bankers Association to produce a conference not to be missed!

It ain't your grandparents' Personnel Department anymore!
Today's successful Human Resources professional in banking needs a comprehensive understanding of today's critical human resources issues. Topics that both new and veteran Human Resources professionals need to know include understanding and creating the high performance leader; employment law; and compensation & generational changes.

Panels of experts will discuss cultural & generational challenges; and diversity & inclusion. You can't miss the panel of top bank CEOs that will tell you their view, from the C-suite, on Human Resources!

Commercial Real Estate Conference in conjunction with the Otteau Group
Thursday, June 7, 2018
APA Woodbridge Hotel, Iselin, NJ

Kicked off with a presentation by well-known and recognized industry leader Jeffrey Otteau of the Otteau Group, the CRE Conference has been designed to update attendees on the economic environment and provide information on commercial real estate trends and management. Who should Attend: The program is designed for Bankers, including CEO’s, Lenders and Risk Management professionals. Sponsorships available!

Women in Banking Conference
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
The Palace at Somerset Park, Somerset, NJ
The Women in Banking Conference is your opportunity to unlock your potential, build confidence and help you chart a course so you can own your future! This conference, where women take the lead, encourages professional development and leadership in your bank while also promoting the importance of fostering relationships and inspiring women to reach their career goals and aspirations. Sponsorships are currently open. Contact Jenn Zorn at jzorn@njbankers.com for further information.

Employment Law Update Seminar
Monday, June 18, 2018 - NJBankers Office
411 North Avenue East Cranford, NJ 07016
Paid Sick Leave, Equal Pay and a New Task Force on Employee Misclassification – A discussion about these new laws and what employees need to do now. With the election of Governor Murphy a series of new laws have been enacted that directly impact employers and employees, including mandatory paid sick leave and equal pay.  These laws directly impact employer policies and practices and potentially expose employers to increased monetary liability.  Understanding what the new laws require is crucial for compliance and migrating risk. 

2018 Compliance University
Wednesday - Friday, June 20-22, 2018
Brookdale Community College
Warner Student Life Center - Lincroft, NJ
It's your job to ensure that your bank fully complies with its outside regulatory requirements and internal policies. You are charged to oversee accounting, investment and lending operations but to do so, you must monitor new developments in financial regulations and keep everyone at your bank apprised of recent developments. The best place to get the latest information from experts? NJBankers of course! There are plenty of compliance seminars out there but Compliance University is a 3-day intensive look at what you need to know to keep your bank compliant.

Bank Security Seminar
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Brookdale Community College, Lincroft
Who Should Attend? A one-day continuing education security seminar for anyone with responsibilities in bank security, risk management, bank operations or administration, legal counsel and fraud prevention. 
 Your day will include the following topics:
• National Security Update
• Robbery Training for Front Line Staff
• The Four L's of Physical Security
• Securing the Future
• Call Center Security: Dialing for Dollars

2018 Bank Trainers Conference

June 26-28, 2018
ChampionsGate – Orlando, Florida

The CBA is pleased to announce that they have joined the Bank Trainers Conference as an Event Partner.  The 2018 Conference is being hosted by the Center for Financial Training and Total Training Solutions.

The Bank Trainers Conference (BankTrainers.com) is designed for employees of financial institutions who are involved in training within their organization. 

This conference is action packed with two days of several sessions and more being added every day!  The program includes 2 pre-conference workshops, 13 confirmed speakers (with more coming), more than 30 training sessions, 3 learning tracks and networking with over 150 of your peers!  To view the entire schedule, visit http://banktrainers.com/agenda/.

To register, click here Select “State Association/League - Enter Referral Code Below” in the “How Did You Hear About This Conference?” section.  Type “NJBA” in the “Referral Code” box.

Check Out Endorsed Service Provider PMC's Winter/Spring 2018 Seminar(s)

Go for the gold with the Best IRA Training Value in America!  Announcing PMC’s Winter/Spring 2018 IRA Seminar tour.  As an endorsed service provider of NJBankers, PMC’s acclaimed staff will be conducting two day IRA training workshops in 14 convenient locations; in particular, Vineland and Cranford, NJ.

Note: All current members of NJBankers registered for one or two days of solid IRA & HSA training from PMC will receive 10% discount off of their low registration fee.

For more information and to register, Click here or call PMC at 800-233-3207. 

PMC's 2018 IRA Reference Volumes

No other IRA resources are updated and relied upon as PMC’s 2018 IRA Reference Volumes.  Utilizing PMC’s IRA reference volumes will give you confidence knowing you’re the IRA expert. Check out their three great options, perfect for any individual or team, and know that all current NJBankers members will receive a 10% discount when purchasing the most respected IRA Reference Volumes in America!  Order today: Click here!



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