Julieann Thurlow, ABA’s 2023-24 chair, unites financial inclusion and financial innovation.
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Corporate CFOs and finance leaders are “best leading indicators.” says Stephen Philipson, head of global markets and specialized finance at U.S. Bank. “They always have to be looking ahead.”
Given the diversity of the CRE sector, banks should not be painted with the broad brush of urban office space exposures.
In the wake of a judge’s order delaying compliance dates with the CFPB’s Section 1071 final rule for Texas Bankers Association and ABA members, TBA and ABA today asked CFPB Director Rohit Chopra to use his discretion to apply the stay to all FDIC-insured banks.
Federal judge delays Section 1071 compliance dates; temporary relief applies only to ABA, TBA members
A federal judge in Texas today issued an order blocking enforcement of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Section 1071 final rule while the Supreme Court hears a challenge to the constitutionality of the CFPB’s funding structure.
Special-purpose credit programs build on data sharing to expand lending outreach.
Rising costs and higher interest rates highlight the increased importance of small-business access to capital. Fintech firms might have faster approval processes, but highly regulated bank options and programs coordinated with the SBA provide more flexibility at competitive rates.
A practical guide to preparing for the Section 1071 small business lending data collection.
The OCC, FDIC and National Credit Union Administration issued an updated policy statement regarding accommodations and workouts for commercial real estate loans whose borrowers are experiencing financial difficulty.
ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols announced today that ABA has joined a lawsuit filed by the Texas Bankers Association and McAllen, Texas-based Rio Bank challenging the CFPB’s final rule implementing Section 1071 of the Dodd-Frank Act.