American Banker Columnist Passes
WASHINGTON -- Banking economist and longtime columnist for the American Banker Paul Nadler died earlier this month at 77.
Nadler had addressed the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association's CEO Summit a number of years ago, and the PCUA made note of his passing in its online newsletter.
He had held many jobs in academia including at New York University where he had received his Ph.D., according to Contemporary Authors Online. He also consulted for IBM and commercial banks, as well as penning many items on banking and the economy.