For an attorney working in-house at a bank in Columbus, Ga., a small Southern city of about 180,000 people, it might seem a far cry from Silicon Valley and the cutting-edge world of Internet startups.

But that’s not the case for the three members of Synovus Financial Corp.’s in-house banking team. They are actually on the front lines of the dot-com revolution. Synovus, a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange, owns 38 banks and several other financial institutions across the Southeast, from Charleston, S.C., to Pensacola, Fla., to Birmingham, Ala.

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