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Chairman likes WBA's banker, consumer advocacy

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In an interview, Ron Slater, president and CEO of Bankers' Bank in Madison, Wis., and chairman of the Wisconsin Bankers Association WBA discusses the kind of regulatory reform WBA would support. He said good reforms are ones that benefit the consumer. The real concern with the reforms as they are being advocated today is that they are anti-banking, anti-lending, and anti-consumer. Proper regulatory reform protects the consumer against the unregulated businesses that have created the problem. According to Slater, good reforms are ones that benefit the consumer. The real concern with the reforms as they are being advocated today is that they are anti-banking, anti-lending, and anti-consumer. Proper regulatory reform protects the consumer against the unregulated businesses that have created the problem.

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									Chairman likes WBA's banker, consumer advocacy
Tom Bengtson
Northwestern Financial Review; Mar 1-Mar 14, 2010; 195, 5; Docstoc
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