The North Carolina Bankers Association has launched a program designed to help its member banks set up insurance and investment divisions.

The group's Community Banking Services subsidiary is working with the program's three insurance providers and one investment firm to help banks establish their own point persons who would sell the providers' products in their branches. Representatives from the insurance and investment companies would also periodically provide back-room support and guidance.

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