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As the Federal Reserve continues its efforts to drive inflation lower this year and next, the ABA Economic Advisory Committee expects stalling economic growth in 2023, followed by a modest recovery in 2024.
What’s on the horizon for bank innovation and fintech in 2023? ABA’s Office of Innovation team explores top tech trends for the year ahead.
“We’re a small bank, and it gets more expensive all the time to run a small community bank,” says Andy Anderson, president and CEO of Bank of Anguilla in Anguilla, Mississippi. “As long as we can do this profitably and remain in our community, that’s what we want to do.”
What’s on the banking industry’s policy radar for 2023? ABA’s Government Relations Council recently met in Washington, D.C., and GRC Chair Cathy Owen recaps the topics of consideration as the association prepares its banker-led Blueprint for Growth for the coming year.
As the end of the year draws near, banking journalist and analyst Paul Davis joins the ABA Banking Journal Podcast to discuss the bank mergers and acquisitions outlook for 2023.
Something old, something new: In 2022, check fraud remains a focus of bank risk professionals, while instant P2P payments are an increasingly popular platform for scammers seeking to take advantage of consumers.
For U.S. businesses, lagging indicators may be at odds with leading indicators like business sentiment. “The headlines we see in the market can sometimes be inconsistent with what we see on the ground,” says Stephen Philipson, head of commercial products at U.S. Bank.
Banks of all sizes access the innovation ecosystem through in-house development, fintech partnerships, acquisitions and venture investment. Huntington Bank does all four.
Grandparent scams are a particularly pernicious fraud, one that preys on seniors’ love, care and concern for their family members. How can banks recognize these scams and work with law enforcement to protect clients?