The 2019 State of Social Media in Banking report provides a detailed status on where banks stand—what’s changed in recent years and what banks wish they could do better on social media.
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Delinquencies were mixed in the second quarter, with delinquencies falling for bank cards while rising for the composite index of closed-end loans, according to the American Bankers Association’s Consumer Credit Delinquency Bulletin released today.
The American Bankers Association has announced the recipients of both the Bruning and Blanchfield Awards, the association’s premier awards presented for contributions to ag banking.
The American Bankers Association Nominating Committee—chaired by Ken Burgess, chairman of FirstCapital Bank of Texas, Midland, Texas—has selected a slate of candidates for the association’s board of directors.
The 2019 Winners, Best in Show and Marketers’ Choice winners were announced at the ABA Bank Marketing Conference in Austin.
Online voting is now open in the ABA Bank Marketing Video Awards. Your votes will determine the Marketers’ Choice award winner.
In a recent Gallup poll, 50% of consumers rated the banking industry positively, and 16% rated it very positively, the highest level recorded.
With Hurricane Dorian bringing hurricane and tropical storm conditions to Florida’s coastline this morning and threatening other coastal areas as it moves north, ABA is reminding bankers and state bankers associations of several resources to help with incident response and crisis communications.
As the 2020 election cycle gears up, an article today in the Wall Street Journal (subscription required) highlighted ABA’s political engagement efforts, including the association’s plans to spend more than $10 million in support of pro-banking congressional candidates from both parties.
In a unanimous decision, the New Hampshire Supreme Court today upheld a lower court ruling that dismissed defamation claims brought by a patent assertion entity against ABA and other defendants who labeled the company and its operator a “patent troll.”