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According to Pamplin alumnus Mike Clarke, the successful banks of the future will be those that “embrace safety, security, and trust while delivering a client experience that is timely, easy, and exceeds expectations.”

Two former students lead a merger to reconstruct something from their past: "a great Virginia-based regional bank," like the ones they once worked for.

An internationally recognized scholar, Lowry has been identified as the world’s No. 1 information systems scholar, based on publications over the past five years in the field's top six journals.

A collaboration between Pamplin and the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences received a $178,000 federal grant to develop an international business education program focused on East Asia.

The Business Leadership Center at Virginia Tech is celebrating 20 years of educating students in leadership development.

The Pamplin Advisory Council meeting was held in Richmond at Troutman Sanders LLP and hosted by Jake Lutz (FIN ’78), PAC vice president/president-elect and a partner at Troutman Sanders.

The awards were initiated by the Pamplin Society, which was re-activated in 2016 to enhance alumni engagement by recognizing alumni contributions.

"Bank mergers are an accelerant to achieving critically needed economies of scale, to spread cost out over a larger base of customers, to diversify business risk, and to open new growth market opportunities."

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