Feb 10, 2012 - BankNews Media, publisher of bank directories for more than 50 years, is pleased to announce that it is now publishing eBook versions of the California Gold Book, the New England Bank Directory and the Texas Banking Red Book. These eBooks can be read on iPhones, iPads and all other smartphones and tablets with ePub eBook capability.
The New England Bank Directory, which is endorsed by the Massachusetts Bankers Association, is the authoritative reference source for bank professionals, attorneys, CPAs and companies serving the New England community bank market. The New England Directory includes contact information, financial data, bank officers and directors, routing numbers, hours of business, branch locations, correspondents, association memberships, and merger and name change information for every commercial bank, thrift and credit union in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. It also includes a yellow pages financial services section, a green pages member section and a Rhode Island Bankers Association section.
The California Banking Gold Book, endorsed by the California Bankers Association, includes complete contact information; bank officers and directors; primary and branch locations; business hours; financial data; correspondents; and memberships for every bank in the state.
The Texas Banking Red Book, published in partnership with the Texas Bankers Association, is the official directory of Texas banks and thrift institutions. The Red Book includes information on all financial institutions in the state of Texas.
All spring 2012 directories will include Dec. 31, 2011, financial figures.
Visit www.Bankers-eStore.com to learn more and purchase an eBook.
About BankNews Media
BankNews Media is dedicated to serving the needs of community bankers through a wide range of online and print products and services. BankNews Media, publisher of the New England Bank Directory, has served the banking industry for more than 100 years and currently publishes bank directories for 18 states. For more information visit www.BankNews.com.