Mobile and online banking experiences were rated as ‘excellent’ ‘very good’ or ‘good’ by 99% of consumers, a record high, according to a new ABA/Morning Consult survey released today, topping last year’s record by four percentage points.
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The federal banking agencies today issued an interim final rule to ease the regulatory burden of community banks that have experienced sudden asset growth as a result of participation in COVID-19 relief programs like the Paycheck Protection Program.
The ABA Banking Journal Podcast continues a pre-Thanksgiving tradition by interviewing the winners of ABA’s 2020 Community Commitment Awards. These stories present the perfect inspiration as we prepare for the season of thanks and giving.
ABA today joined a broad coalition of groups from various industries in a letter to the Small Business Administration and Treasury Department raising concerns about the loan necessity questionnaires that SBA is using to evaluate borrowers’ good-faith certification of their economic need for Paycheck Protection Program loans.
Amid ongoing stresses in the ag sector and economic dislocation from the COVID-19 pandemic, lenders reported that just under 51% of their agricultural borrowers were profitable in 2020, a decline of six percentage points from the prior year, according to the latest agricultural lenders survey conducted by the American Bankers Association and Farmer Mac.
A community bank finds multiple ways to build relationships across a diverse region.
The ABA Foundation is seeking banks to participate in its 11th annual ‘Lights, Camera, Save!’ national video competition for teens, sponsored by VantageScore Solutions.
Does your bank board mirror your market? Mounting pressure for banks to better reflect their communities is prompting banks to rethink director recruitment.
This fall, the ABA Banking Journal Podcast featured several episodes exploring various aspects of financial inclusion.
Regulators are exploring additional ways to provide temporary relief to banks that may be approaching regulatory asset thresholds that could trigger additional compliance requirements as a result of participation in COVID-19 relief programs like the Paycheck Protection Program.