From a mechanical perspective, this card is pretty good. paying 1 credit to gain 8 credits off of an unprotected server is nice, but I wouldn't play 3 because some corps don't play unprotected assets. However, from a flavorful perspective, this card is a lot more clever.
In canon lore, the events of the Revised Core Set take place 5 years after the original. All the players are up to their same tricks, but subtle things have changed. Compare to the original Bank Job. The art depicts a young Gabriel Santiago counting money after a successful Bank Job. The alternate art is even more insightful; it shows us the job was a real, physical heist. Imagine the opening scene of The Dark Knight, or one of the jobs from Payday. Big, flashy, and violent.
The new Bank Job is different. Gabe's gotten a wee bit older, and he can't wear clown masks or carry duffle bags without getting a bit winded. So he changes his approach. Being the charmer that he is, Santiago doesn't knock over some branch bank or a credit depository in broad daylight with some armed goons. No, Gabe's been in a few scrapes with the law, and doesn't want to draw any more heat to him. Instead, he does the unthinkable. He gets a job at Titan Transitional, the biggest banking institution in the worlds. Better yet, he impersonates some Titan exec while he pretends to be a good little drone. He makes deals with clients, eats lunch in India, and then disappears without a trace. Well, one trace: 500,000 missing Titan credits and one frightened employee dropped off on a street curb.
This card perfectly embodies the transition caused by The Revised Core set: Runners still run, corps still corp, just in a little different way. At first Santiago operated like Neil McCauley, now, he's Danny Ocean.