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I think not only are they sharp BSM guys, they have also helped educate our staff. We have all sorts of data, and our controller and treasurer are smarter today because of TA. They teach us about the impact of our actions. They’re part of the ALCO group. And they lead the discussion with our senior management group. They also bring ideas to the table. Todd’s a smart guy that I liked and I value his opinion. And having seen him in action in a variety of situations, I know he’s a steady, conservative and thoughtful guy.
- Richard D.
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