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Today is Last Day to Register Student Teams for CSBS Case Study Competition

Starting today, teams registered for the CSBS Community Bank Case Study Competition must list their final roster of student participants, as well as identify the community bank they will study as part of the competition.

For the 2018 competition, student teams will study how community banks utilize technology to streamline processes and better serve their consumers.

About the CSBS Community Bank Case Study Competition

Through study of a local community bank, students nationwide will engage in an experiential learning opportunity allowing them to network with local banks, CSBS staff and academics. Students will have an incredible opportunity to gain valuable, first-hand knowledge of the banking industry, and, if selected as winner, will be able to present their work in front of federal and state regulators, academics and industry stakeholders at the Community Banking in the 21st Century Research and Policy Conference at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in October.

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