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Money Smart News - January 2004

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To date, the FDIC has partnered with over 24,000 financial institutions, community groups, and agencies across the country to deliver Money Smart to more than 100,000 people, and over 14,000 new banking relationships have been established.

DSC Deputy Director Donna Gambrell (left), North Carolina Bankers Association (NCBA) President Thad Woodard, and NCBA Chairman Kel Landis (far right) look on as FDIC Chairman Don Powell signs the Money Smart Alliance partnership agreement between the FDIC and the NCBA.
DSC Deputy Director Donna Gambrell (left), North Carolina Bankers Association (NCBA) President Thad Woodard, and NCBA Chairman Kel Landis (far right) look on as FDIC Chairman Don Powell signs the Money Smart Alliance partnership agreement between the FDIC and the NCBA.

The FDIC has also set up the Money Smart Alliance Program for those organizations wishing to sign an agreement with the FDIC to promote Money Smart throughout their constituency. In many cases, these organizations have a presence in a number of states or nationwide.

Since the Money Smart Alliance Program was announced by Chairman Powell in June 2002, the number of Alliance Partners has grown to more than 600.

New Alliance Partners since the October 2003 issue of Money Smart News include:

NCBA President Thad Woodard (left) and NCBA Chairman Kel Landis (right) hold plaque designating the NCBA a Money Smart Alliance Partner.
NCBA President Thad Woodard (left) and NCBA Chairman Kel Landis (right) hold plaque designating the NCBA a Money Smart Alliance Partner.
  • State Farm Florida
  • North Carolina Bankers Association

All our partners and Alliance members are helping us meet our shared goal of helping low- and moderate-income Americans become "Money Smart" so they can establish healthy banking relationships, begin building assets, and securing a better future for themselves and their families.

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Last Updated 01/15/2004 MoneySmartNews@fdic.gov