Texas-based German American
Bank has announced it plans to deploy Predict 360 compliance and regulatory technology, a flagship platform of 360factors, the company said.
Release date- 27082019 - German American
Bank will be deploying 360factors' flagship platform, Predict360.
Bancorp (GABC) announced that it has completed its merger with Citizens First Corporation (CZFC), the parent company of Citizens First Bank, Inc.
Upon completion of the transaction, Citizens First's subsidiary bank, Citizens First Bank, Inc., will be merged into German American
's subsidiary bank, German American
First Security's common shareholders of record will be entitled to receive 0.7982 shares of German American
common stock and a cash payment of $12.00 for each of their former shares of First Security common stock, subject to their surrender of the old First Security shares to the exchange agent designated by German American
Jewish leaders created the Industrial Removal Office (IRO) in 1901 to remove unemployed eastern European Jewish immigrants from New York City and relocate them throughout the United States to smaller cities where Jewish communities and jobs existed.
In 1943, they are sent to a German American
internment camp for two years.
The German American
Settlement League has settled a discrimination case brought by New York state.
students to receive an official graduation certificate from the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK) and the German American
Chambers of Commerce (AHK USA).
"Great German Recipes" is a handy, recipe card size, spiral bound ethnic cookbook with information about German folk art designs, German American
sites, German words, table blessings, and traditions, and also German menu suggestions, plus recipes for beverages, salads, soups, breads, main course dishes, vegetables and cakes and desserts.
of Akron), who was born in a displaced persons camp in Germany after World War II, examines the debate on collective German guilt for the Holocaust represented by Daniel Goldhagen (Hitler's Willing Executioners) and Christopher Browning (Ordinary Men) in the context of Jewish American and German American