As a former engineer, Jennifer Schmidt brings an understanding of systems and integration to her work as a community bank chief compliance officer.
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After spending more than a quarter century in de novo commercial banks, Dave Hanrahan made a career move to a mutual savings bank, and he hasn’t looked back.
Forty-four percent of homes have female breadwinners, and women make up a large and growing share of high earners, but wealth management providers don’t always tailor their advice and services to this reality.
Cloud migration was a big deal for banks before COVID, but it kicked into a higher gear than ever as the pandemic drove virtual banking, digital workflows and remote work across the industry.
In this bonus episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, ABA’s Peter Cook and Melissa Murray discuss the ABA Foundation’s signature recognition program, the Community Commitment Awards.
The cookies may be pre-packaged in plastic now, but human touch remains essential to community banking.
ABA Economic Advisory Committee Chair Richard DeKaser offers the EAC’s consensus forecast that the Fed will indeed stick the landing, reducing inflation gradually without harming employment or causing a recession.
In an environment of hiring challenges, cost inflation, supply chain woes and post-pandemic recovery, small business owners are busier than ever. “Sometimes small business owners don’t even have time to spend with their families,” says KeyBank SVP Kristyn Squires. “So when we spend time with them, it needs to be compelling.”
In a special bonus episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, ABA’s Rob Morgan digs into the association’s comments on the Federal Reserve’s discussion paper on central bank digital currencies.
From Butch Cassidy to Bonnie and Clyde, bank robbers have always had a pop culture mystique. But bank robberies are no Hollywood storyline for bank employees and customers, whose safety and even lives are put at risk when a robber holds up a bank branch. In Indiana in the 1920s, bankers took the protection of their banks into their own hands.