In a comment letter to the Department of Labor today, ABA expressed support for a recent proposal that would modernize retirement disclosures by facilitating the use of electronic delivery for participant notices and disclosures.
Browsing: Wealth Management
The long-anticipated transfer of wealth to Gen-Xers and millennials has begun. How can banks position themselves to succeed with these clients? Insights from a recent ABA survey offer some clues.
Nearly 15% of Americans—more than 34 million people—are serving as caregivers for adults over 50. In November, recognized as National Family Caregiver Month, the ABA Banking Journal Podcast examines how banks can support caregivers in their mission while protecting the privacy and safety of the bank customers receiving care.
With an estimated $68 trillion set to change hands by 2030, a new report released by ABA today delves into how that wealth transfer will affect wealth management practices.
How can community banks make wealth management a profitable part of their strategy? At Canandaigua National Bank and Trust in New York, 45% of non-interest income—and 15% of the bank’s total revenue—comes from wealth management, says EVP Sam Guerreri.
The Labor Department has issued its much-awaited proposal that would modernize retirement disclosures by providing a new safe harbor for employee benefit plan administrators to use electronic delivery for participant notices and disclosures.
From simplified 10-step online account openings, to value-added robo-advising, to “certified digital bankers,” OceanFirst Bank delivers a new community banking experience.
Heated competition for bank funding is an increasingly important focus for community bank leaders, according to an annual survey released today by the Federal Reserve, the FDIC and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors.
ABA today filed a comment letter urging the Securities and Exchange Commission to modernize its regulations on Rule 144A securities in order to maintain a level playing field between bank-maintained collective investment funds and mutual funds.
The American Bankers Association today wrote to Delaware State Bank Commissioner Robert Glen urging him to withdraw a proposal that would prevent new trust company applications from being approved unless they are affiliated with a national bank, an FDIC-insured depository institution or a bank holding company.