BAFT, the international financial services association that is an ABA subsidiary, today joined the Financial Services Roundtable in urging Congress to reauthorize the U.S. Export-Import Bank before its charter expires at the end of June.
Frank Keating asks the FDIC chairman’s views on the future of community banking, cybersecurity threats, regulatory burden, too-big-to-fail and more.
The Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday voted unanimously to re-propose a rule regarding the allocation of Dodd-Frank requirements to cross-border security-based swap transactions.
Rep. Randy Neugebauer (R-Texas) said today at an industry event that he plans to introduce a bill to enhance data security standards and post-data breach notification requirements.
Patent troll legislation currently before the House Energy and Commerce Committee does too little to protect banks and other businesses from abusive patent infringement claims, ABA and several other trade groups said yesterday.
To survive in a competitive financial services landscape, bankers need to unite and engage, says ABA Chairman John Ikard.
ABA’s “Excellence in Advocacy” honorees are going above and beyond to get out the message of the banking industry.
In the first four months of the 114th Congress, 28 ABA-supported bills have been introduced, ABA bankers and staff have testified before Congress four times, the Federal Reserve finalized an ABA-advocated rule change helping smaller banks and ABA Chairman John Ikard participated in President Obama’s cybersecurity summit.
The OCC’s Mutual Savings Association Advisory Committee will hold a public meeting this morning in Washington, D.C.