Volume 13 Issue 2
Flying Along, Fixing Patients
Dr. Marius Maxwell's lifetime travel log is filled with many seemingly exotic locales. India. Australia. England. Italy. America. Maxwell's really explored the world. It's only fitting that the successful neurosurgeon is also an avid pilot and falconer, who said he always wanted to live and work in Alaska. So when the time came for Maxwell to spread his wings in the 49th state, he sought out the right financial institution to co-pilot his new adventure. Read more...
Bringing banking expertise to Alaska's university and medical district
First National Bank Alaska will bolster its status as a financial lifeline to Alaskans by opening a branch in the heart of Alaska's university and medical district later this year Read more...
Melissa Reiser grew up in Anchorage's Muldoon area. But as a child of military parents, she was destined for a mobile future. So as a young career woman married to an Army officer, she knew she had to adapt, overcome and improvise in order to successfully transfer to and from severaldiverse locations across the United States - each with its unique local economy. Reiser gained abroad perspective on lending situations throughout the nation. Read more...
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