Tony Gambaiani grew up in Rockville, Ind., a town of about 2,700, where his father was the school superintendent and his mother was a teacher. Opting out of a career in the family profession, he turned instead toward banking as an undergraduate at Franklin College, just south of Indianapolis. While there, he interned in the marketing department of First Indiana Bank, Indianapolis, now M&I. When he finished at Franklin, he went into the management training program at Bank One, Indianapolis, which later merged with JPMorgan Chase.
“That gave me a very good framework,” Gambaiani said. “It really . . .
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