Michigan-Made Leadership

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					Michigan-Made Leadership
Tony Telschow
Northwestern Financial Review; Apr 1-Apr 14, 2010; 195, 7; Docstoc
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Description: Years before recession and financial uncertainty gripped the globe, the state of Michigan slumped. Buffeted by the changing fortunes of American manufacturing and all the economic challenges of the last three years, Michigan to this day - nearly 10 years into its downturn - continues to post unemployment rates as high as 28 percent in parts of the state. Art Johnson and Jim MacPhee are among the scores of Michigan bankers who have had to adjust to the state's circumstances, who through resilience and responsiveness to local needs have helped their customers weather the downturn while continuing to grow their banks. It is perhaps propitious that two men with this background have risen to chair the national banking trade groups at the same time, but long before Johnson became chairman of the American Bankers Association and MacPhee became chairman of Independent Community Bankers of America, they were Michigan community bankers.
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