- Author:Franklin H. Ornstein
- Publisher:Brady (Robert J.) Co ,U.S.; First Edition edition (June 1985)
- Pages:350 pages
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Franklin Savings Bank is a community bank with seven locations in the Western foothills, central and downeast regions of Maine. We take pride in being a full-service, 24-hour bank that has been meeting the financial needs of our communities since 1868.
Ornstein, Franklin H. was born on November 8, 1930 in Long Beach, New York, United States. Chairman Town of North Hempstead Democratic Committee. Son of Theodore and Rose (Weisinger) Ornstein. Student, University Wisconsin. Member National Council Savings Institutions (vice president, director), New York League Savings Institutions (chairman), Savings and Loan League New York (member executive committee of board). Married Susan; children: Aimee, Emilie Watzman, Alec, Arielle.
The Federal Act on Banks and Savings Banks is a Swiss federal law and act-of-parliament that operates as the supreme law governing banking in Switzerland. Although the federal law has only been amended seven times, it has been revised multiple times. Although the federal law has only been amended seven times, it has been revised multiple times to limit and expand its banking secrecy provisions since its ratification
1 For a more complete discussion of MSB history, see Franklin Ornstein, Savings Banking: An Industry in Change . Source: National Association of Mutual Savings Banks, 1976 National Fact Book of Mutual Savings Banking.
1 For a more complete discussion of MSB history, see Franklin Ornstein, Savings Banking: An Industry in Change (1985), 1626; Alan Teck, Mutual Savings Banks and Savings and Loan Associations: Aspects of Growth (1968), 455; and Wel-don Welfling, Mutual Savings Banks: The Evolution of a Financial Intermediary (1968), 869. 216 History of the EightiesLessons for the Future.
Franklin H. Ornstein, chairman and chief executive officer of the Central Federal Savings Bank in Long Beach . Ornstein, chairman and chief executive officer of the Central Federal Savings Bank in Long Beach, . died Tuesday at North Shore Hospital in Manhasset, . He was 56 years old and lived in Great Neck, . Mr. Ornstein was the Nassau County Clerk from 1964 to 1967. At the time of his death, Mr. Ornstein was chairman of the North Hempstead Democratic Committee and chairman of the New York Higher Education Services Corporation, a state agency that deals with student loans. In 1972, he became president of the Central Federal Savings Bank, founded in 1936 by his father, Theodore
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