WASHINGTON - When Paul A. Schosberg was appointed president of the newly formed Savings and Community Bankers of America on June 1, some members doubted he was the right man for the job.

While his mission was to merge two rival trade groups with thousands of members into a cohesive unit, the 54-year-old New Yorker had no experience running a national organization.

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