Veteran banker Tom Wornham believes community banks can survive and thrive provided their leaders have a good work ethic, a willingness to execute sound practices and a realistic view of market conditions.

Veteran banker Tom Wornham believes community banks can survive and thrive provided their leaders have a good work ethic, a willingness to execute sound practices and a realistic view of market conditions.

— First Interstate Bank, based in Los Angeles, acquired San Diego Trust & Savings Bank in 1993, picking up a bank with more than a century of history, 53 branches and deep affection among San Diegans...

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