As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread in the United States, with effects both on individuals’ health and the U.S. economy, the American Bankers Association has launched a dedicated webpage on aba.com to help publicize the actions banks are taking to support their retail and business clients, protect their employees and support the economy.
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As the World Health Organization officially labeled the 2019 novel coronavirus a global pandemic today, American Bankers Association President and CEO Rob Nichols joined CEOs from some of the nation’s largest banks at a White House meeting with President Trump this afternoon to discuss the financial industry’s response.
NFP announced today that it has completed the integration of Equias Alliance and received ABA’s endorsement for its bank-owned life insurance administration, portfolio and risk assessment review offerings and executive benefits programs.
A majority of bank CEOS—68%—are confident about their bank’s prospects for revenue growth in 2020, according to the Community Bank 2020 Priorities Survey released by ABA today.
Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) has been added as a keynote speaker at the ABA Washington Summit, to be held March 23-25 in the nation’s capital.
As part of its new “United States of Work” series spotlighting 10 workers across the country, NPR’s Marketplace program featured Kate Bellino, a 24-year-old new account representative at Colorado-based FirstBank.
As part of its ongoing efforts to educate policymakers and the public about large credit unions’ abuse of their tax exemption, the American Bankers Association—through its Explore Credit Unions campaign—is launching a new series of ads designed to highlight how large credit unions have lost their way.
ABA today released its first voter education advertising of 2020, unveiling ads in partnership with…
FDIC Chairman Jelena McWilliams will join ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols for a conversation on the regulatory landscape during the ABA Washington Summit, March 23-25 in Washington, D.C., ABA announced today.
Recognizing the crucial role banks can play in combating human trafficking and human smuggling, ABA yesterday launched a new online course on ways bankers can spot the signs of illicit financial activity associated with these crimes.