Nine in 10 Americans with a bank account say they are satisfied or very satisfied with their primary bank, according to the results of a new Morning Consult survey released today during the American Bankers Association Annual Convention in Tampa, Florida.
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In his final remarks to bankers as ABA chair at the ABA Annual Convention, United Bank CEO Jim Edwards challenged bankers to embrace the innovations they deployed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The American Bankers Association honored six banks today with its Brand Slam awards for bank marketing, judged by a panel of 73 Certified Financial Marketing Professional volunteers.
The American Bankers Association’s nominating committee—chaired by Laurie Stewart, president and CEO of Sound Community Bank, Seattle—has selected a slate of candidates for association officer positions and candidates for the association’s board of directors.
Federal Reserve Board Governor Michelle Bowman and Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu will address ABA’s virtual Government Relations Council fall meeting on Sept. 9.
Not even the pandemic could stop this group of Stonier students from experiencing safe, in-person learning community.
Credit card monthly purchase volumes were mostly unchanged in the first quarter compared to the fourth quarter of 2020 but remained strong as consumers continued to drive the economic recovery, according to ABA’s latest Credit Card Market Monitor released today.
As the economy recovers from the effects of COVID-19, “financial institutions are in good shape” to continue providing credit to consumers and businesses, amid persistent uncertainty and rising inflation fears, American Bankers Association Chief Economist Sayee Srinivasan said today on a new episode of the Banking with Interest podcast, hosted by Rob Blackwell.
Maureen Carollo, SVP and director of compliance for Great Plains National Bank, received the Distinguished Service Award for compliance during the American Bankers Association’s Regulatory Compliance Virtual Conference today.