Speaking at the ABA Risk and Compliance Virtual Conference this morning, ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols praised the industry’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and emphasized that bankers must respond with equal passion and determination to address longstanding racial inequities.
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The American Bankers Association nominating committee—chaired by Jeff Szyperski, chairman, president and CEO, Chesapeake Bank, Kilmarnock, Virginia—has selected a slate of candidates for association officer positions.
In this pandemic, America’s banks have shown what they’re made of—dedicated employees working around-the-clock to help customers shore up their financial lives.
The American Bankers Association’s Stonier Graduate School of Banking recognized 155 graduates today, awarding Stonier diplomas and Wharton leadership certificates.
In a joint message to ABA member bank CEOs today, ABA Chair Laurie Stewart and President and CEO Rob Nichols addressed the killing of George Floyd and other recent instances of racial injustice and inequity that have taken place across the nation and shared how the association intends to respond.
In an follow-up interview with NPR’s Marketplace radio program today, ABA Chair Laurie Stewart discussed her bank’s experience with round two of the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program.
A new video released by the American Bankers Association today highlights the many ways America’s banks have stepped up to support customers and communities facing unprecedented challenges during the coronavirus pandemic.
As banks nationwide continue to serve as economic first responders and provide much-needed economic support to their local communities, the American Bankers Association is running a new radio spot on WTOP, Washington D.C.’s highest-rated radio station, highlighting the industry’s response.
In an interview with NPR’s Marketplace radio program, ABA Chair Laurie Stewart discussed her bank’s recent experience rolling out the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program.
Acknowledging a somewhat choppy start to the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program on Friday, American Bankers Association President and CEO Rob Nichols this morning noted that SBA and the Treasury Department worked with bankers throughout the weekend to answer questions as lenders provide much-needed credit to their small business customers.