Bank Scene Rich in Hiring Options
As featured in the Los Angeles Business Journal
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Date : June 9, 2014

Ken Siegman, a director in West Monroe's Los Angeles office, shares his thoughts with the Los Angeles Business Journal on what a bank should do first when they successfully acquire another bank.

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