From equine lender to civic leader, ABA Treasurer Luther Deaton is a consummate Kentucky banker.
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As the 2020 election cycle gears up, an article today in the Wall Street Journal (subscription required) highlighted ABA’s political engagement efforts, including the association’s plans to spend more than $10 million in support of pro-banking congressional candidates from both parties.
The American Bankers Association today announced that Illinois banker Michael L. Scudder will serve as chairman of its American Bankers Council—the banker-driven peer group for midsize bank chief executives—for the 2019-2020 membership year.
The ABA nominating committee—chaired by Kenneth L. Burgess Jr., chairman, FirstCapital Bank of Texas, Midland, Texas—has selected a slate of candidates for association officer positions.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced today that former ABA Chairman Jeff Plagge, president and CEO of Northwest Financial Corporation in Arnolds Park, has been appointed superintendent of the Iowa Division of Banking.
At a recent meeting in Bristol, Va., several banking industry leaders offered their thoughts on a wide range of issues facing the banking sector, from attracting millennials to bank consolidation.
A story on NPR’s “Marketplace” program tonight illustrated how credit unions have used ever-looser field of membership regulations to expand beyond their intended communities.
Community banks are putting technology to work for their customers and have been for decades, ABA Chairman Jeff Szyperski wrote in a letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal published today.
FirstBank CEO and ABA Government Relations Council Chairman Jim Reuter talks about blazing a trail.
In an interview with Stuart Varney on Fox Business today, ABA President Rob Nichols says he’s optimistic about finding opportunities for bipartisan cooperation among members of the Democrat-controlled House Financial Services Committee.