Pacific Coast Banking School announces new graduates for 2016

antonio johnSeptember 2016
FSM—Local resident, Antonio John, Vice President, Bank of the Federated States of Micronesia, graduated from Pacific Coast Banking School (PCBS) on Friday, September 2, 2016. This year's graduating class consisted of 224 executives representing 26 states, American territories and other countries. These students attended courses encompassing risk management, financial performance, and leadership to gain an executive-level understanding of the business of banking.
For 78 years, the prestigious Pacific Coast Banking School has partnered with the University of Washington Graduate School of Business to provide this three-year graduate-level program to over 10,000 members of the financial services community. Graduates attended a two-week resident session each August on the University of Washington campus, as well as completed seven rigorous inter-session written assignments, including an original management thesis.