What the Mirror Doesn't See

What the Mirror Doesn't See

by Tim Holland

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Overview

It is 1993, the banking world is in turmoil, and in New Jersey, there is outright panic. The big New York banks and emerging regionals are gobbling up everything in the state. Every financial institution is now both predator and prey. The Fed has opened the floodgates, and traditional banking ethics are disappearing. At a used book sale, Jim Fairmont, a career banker having worked for First State Bank for more than twenty-five years, finds a blank, signed invoice belonging to an auto parts supplier. The document is contained in a box of books donated by Larry McBride, a new-breed, brash, thirty-three-year-old former New York banker. McBride had been hired by First State Bank to give it credibility in its defensive entry into international banking and who, like Jim, is an avid book collector. Alerted by McBride's strange behavior at the book sale as he searched for something, which Jim suspects was the invoice, Jim begins to investigate McBride's relationships with some of First State's customers. What he uncovers is much bigger than he ever imagined, involving clearly unethical conduct and questionable international asset movements. His discoveries put him in the sights of New Jersey's underworld who are determined to protect McBride and his clients, putting not only Jim's life in danger, but those of his close associates' as well.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163191734
Publisher: Black Opal Books
Publication date: 02/24/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 526 KB

About the Author

With a background in international banking, author Tim Holland’s financial articles have appeared in banking and financial trade magazines. Book reviews and literary criticism have appeared in publications of The Recorder Publishing Co, New Jersey; The Brontë Society, Haworth, England; and political commentary and general interest in ToTheCenter.com, Charleston Post and Courier, Summerville Journal Scene, The Beaufort Gazette, The State, The Fountain Hills Times, Arizona Republic, and Virginia Gazette. He has given speeches and presentations in twenty-two states and twelve countries to large and small groups alike.

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