students, said Thursday that it is moving its graduate school of banking from Delaware to Washington.

Stonier School of Banking, the trade group's one-week-a-year executive training program, will hold classes this June at Georgetown University. Stonier, which has handed out more than 16,000 diplomas since 1935, had been based at the University of Delaware.

Charles Hoffman, the school's director, noted Washington's rail system and three airports. Georgetown is "a prestigious university worthy of Stonier's proud tradition," he added.

-- Louis Whiteman

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