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Podcast - Can Do: James Scott Jr. (First Interstate Bank) And Banking As A Family Business

November 13, 2017View for printing

The Scott family continues to run the publicly traded, 120 office, six state, $12 billion First Interstate Bank system out of Billings, Montana as if it was still a small town bank. On this episode of "Can Do," James Scott, Jr., grandson of First Interstate Bank founder Homer Scott and son of chairman James Scott, Sr., talks about the history of the bank, as well as who and what the bank finances and invests in, and how you can succeed in today's competitive landscape.

"Developing those meaningful relationships, that to me is what it is all about, and I think how you can differentiate yourself as banker or as any employee, frankly, is just putting in the time," says Scott.

By Arnie Sherman ... ly-business
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