Debtors to their Profession (RLE Banking & Finance)

Debtors to their Profession (RLE Banking & Finance)

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This volume examines the first hundred years of the Institute of Bankinga€™s development within the banking business as a whole, with a particular emphasis upon changes in the staffing requirements of the banks and the importance of professional qualifications in the careers of their employees. The survey includes a description of early attempts to form a professional institute for bankers between the 1840s and the 1870s. By examining the objectives, growth of membership and the extension of the Institutea€™s activities, this volume throws light upon the changing work and qualifications of bank personnel and offers a case study in the development of a large and important professional group.the Institutea#39;s examinations helped to ensure that the bank clerka#39;s position a#39;is universally esteemeda#39; as one of the a#39;aristocrats in the ... As a sign of their mounting confidence in the Institute, more and more clerks became members and sat for the certificate examinations. ... there was no fixed code of conduct nor a regular disciplinary procedure.24 The Institutea#39;s constitution allowed it to act against membersanbsp;...

Title:Debtors to their Profession (RLE Banking & Finance)
Author: Edwin Green
Publisher:Routledge - 2012-11-12

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