WASHINGTON - When Sam Foggie started United National Bank here in 1964, there were only six minority-owned banks in the country.

Now, 30 years later, there are 108 minority-owned banks holding $13.6 billion of assets. Mr. Foggie has retired from banking, but he recently assumed the presidency of the National Bankers Association - which opens its 66th annual convention in Nashville today.

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