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After a long legislative and regulatory advocacy effort, federal thrifts can finally elect “covered savings association” status, allowing them to exercise national bank powers without having to change their charters, holding companies or cultural identities as savings institutions.
The latest incarnation of ABA’s award-winning #BanksNeverAskThat anti-phishing campaign returns in October. The season premiere of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast features a banker’s perspective on participating in the campaign and a sneak preview of new creative.
TowneBank in Suffolk, Virginia, has agreed to buy Farmers Bankshares in Windsor, Virginia. The $16.9 billion-asset TowneBank said in a press release Thursday that it will pay $56 million in stock for the $609 million-asset Farmers.
A new survey of more than 100 top executives at community and regional banks and credit unions found that a majority list growing loans as their top strategic priority.
The solutions for near-term balance sheet challenges may pose greater problems in the long run.
As a former engineer, Jennifer Schmidt brings an understanding of systems and integration to her work as a community bank chief compliance officer.
The Community Development Financial Institutions Fund is asking for public feedback to refine the criteria it should use to designate “minority lending institutions” as a subset of CDFIs.
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.