Customers at Premier Bancorp are receiving sophisticated asset allocation services and personal touches like birthday greetings from a computerized selling program at the Baton Rouge banking company.

The initiative, in which mutual fund salespeople are armed with laptop computers and a battery of software programs, was introduced six months ago by GNA Corp., the Seattle-based marketing company that runs Premier's investment product sales program.

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