Miranda Wood, private banking/loan assistant with Paducah Bank, graduated from The Kentucky Bankers Association (KBA) General Banking School.
The KBA organizes the school into two one-week sessions with participants attending classes for oneweek for two consecutive years. The purpose of the intersession exercise is to help bankers understand how the concepts and principles that are introduced in the first year of the program apply to the management of a high performing bank.
The graduates are now eligible for admission into graduate level banking programs. The KBA strives to prepare Kentucky bankers to compete effectively in an ever-changing financial service environment, to understand the inter-relatedness of departments within a bank and to understand the relationship of the bank to its community.