American Banker Magazine today published its eighth annual list of the best banks to work for, and ABA member banks account for 66 of the 85 honorees.
As part of its review of Paycheck Protection Program loans totaling $2 million or more, the Small Business Administration will begin sending loan necessity questionnaires that will inform SBA’s evaluation of borrowers’ good-faith certification of their economic need.
The credit card market is functioning well, and consumers feel their bank is there for them during the COVID-19 pandemic, ABA said in a letter to the CFPB today.
ABA and other industry groups met with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Farm Service Agency yesterday to discuss ways to support the credit needs of new farmers and ranchers.
The OCC today issued a long-awaited final rule establishing a “clear test” to determine when a bank making a loan is considered the “true lender” in the context of a partnership between a bank and a third party.
As he begins his term as chairman of ABA, Jim Edwards said that helping banks lead customers through the pandemic “rises above all else,” but added that ABA has not lost sight of other industry challenges.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency today released its strategic plan for fiscal years 2021-2024.
In a comment letter this week, the American Bankers Association urged the Federal Communications Commission not to impose additional restrictions on the ability of banks and other businesses to contact their customers with account-related information.
To help industry providers develop a broad understanding of bank operations, the American Bankers Association has launched a new certificate, the Bank Solutions Provider Certificate.