For many small business owners, the first step on the credit ladder is the hardest, and they may miss opportunities to build business credit and grow their business while relying on personal credit instead. Jevaughn Sterling talks about Zions Bancorporation’s Small Business Diversity Banking Program.
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How can community bank emerging leaders take initiative in innovation? Tim Shangle advises bankers to take small steps and explore what new technologies can do.
The ABA Banking Journal Podcast wraps up Women’s History Month with a conversation on an early Texas banking pioneer: Anna Mebus Martin.
Revisit the critical days of March and April 2020 in Washington on the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast.
After the fallout from the Silicon Valley Bank failure, the ABA Washington Summit is one of the most important events to hear from the banking policymakers shaping the response, including Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and all “big four” in Congress.
How does a community bank whose bread and butter was mortgage lending make the business sustainable in a time when mortgages have increasingly moved to the nonbank sector?
As a bank leader, Alicia Wade notes that we’re at a unique moment that won’t recur for many years: having four generations, from Baby Boomers to Gen Z, working alongside each other.
For Valentine’s Day, the ABA Banking Journal Podcast brings you a classic bank-meets-girl-meets-boy love story.
The story of Maggie Lena Walker and her mission to help Black women find financial empowerment and professional career opportunities.
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.