In remarks to ABA’s Community Bankers Council on Wednesday, Small Business Administration Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet encouraged bankers to “take a second look” at how SBA programs can complement their small business lending.
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The administrative committee of ABA’s Government Relations Council convenes today in Washington for its fall meeting.
President Obama on Friday signed a long-term highway bill that included several regulatory relief provisions long advocated by ABA.
ABA’s trade finance subsidiary, BAFT, today applauded the passage of legislation reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
BAFT, ABA’s international finance subsidiary, announced today that Warren Steinmueller has been appointed the new chair of its Transaction Banking Global Leaders group.
With a government spending bill due by Dec. 11, negotiations over what will go into it are reaching a fever pitch on Capitol Hill. ABA views the spending bill as the best chance of including bipartisan regulatory relief provisions that bankers are seeking.
Dan Blanton, CEO of Georgia Bank and Trust, Augusta, Ga., was elected the 2015-16 ABA chairman today during the association’s Annual Convention in Los Angeles.
Bankers must use stories to communicate their values and the contributions banks make to their communities, said new ABA Chairman Dan Blanton in remarks to ABA’s Annual Convention today.
ABA Chairman Dan Blanton recognized outgoing President and CEO Frank Keating for his achievements with a special presentation and video at ABA’s Annual Convention in Los Angeles today.