U.S. banks extended $179 billion in farm loans in 2021, of which $99.6 billion came from farm banks that specialize in the ag space.
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Lawrence “L. Ray” Jackson, former FDIC deputy regional director for the division of depositor and consumer protection in the Chicago regional office, received the Distinguished Service Award for compliance during ABA’s Regulatory Compliance Conference in Orlando today. T
Groups appreciate Sen. Rubio’s PPP support, ensuring Florida families and businesses had the relief they needed during the pandemic.
ABA has joined the National Housing Conference, a nonpartisan affordable housing advocacy nonprofit with a diverse membership base that includes consumer groups, national and local housing organizations, homebuilders, banks, community development groups, individual stakeholders and others.
The free awards program is open to banks of all sizes; eligible campaigns must have been launched between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022.
ABA joined the California Bankers Association and the Pennsylvania Bankers Association today in releasing voter education ads recognizing two lawmakers for their work to support communities and avoid government overreach.
The ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking recognized 118 graduates yesterday, awarding Stonier diplomas and Wharton leadership certificates.
While uncertainty surrounds the U.S. economy at present, America’s banks remain healthy and prepared to support the communities they serve.
ABA announced three recipients of the Jeffrey and Diana Owen Scholarship for Emerging Community Bank Leaders.
ABA announced that it has partnered with the Illinois Bankers Association and 32 other state bankers associations to deliver an enhanced BankTalentHQ.com, an online career center designed to connect banks with job seekers across the country.