The fight on Capitol Hill over the Biden administration’s controversial tax proposal is likely to go on for another four to six weeks, and the proposal may continue to be raised after that, according to ABA EVP James Ballentine.
In this episode, podcast co-hosts Evan Sparks and Monica C. Meinert review highlights from the ABA’s just-concluded virtual Washington Summit. If you missed the Summit, tune in for insight and analysis on the past few days, and if you watched the virtual event, revisit all the highlights in just 20 minutes.
The banking industry can be proud of how it stepped up—virtually overnight—to keep society moving in the face of perilous uncertainty.
Jim Rieniets, chair of ABA’s Government Relations Council, brings Music City creativity to bank leadership and financial policy.
On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, ABA Government Relations Council Chair Jim Rieniets outlines policy areas where ABA will focus in 2021.
With major media outlets calling the 2020 presidential election for former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris over the weekend, ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols congratulated Biden and Harris.
Based in San Francisco and leading California’s market for the Bank of Guam, plus currently serving as chairman of the Western Bankers Association, Dave Joves shares a trans-Pacific view of banking on the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast.
With banks across the country working through the weekend to make and fund loans through the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and several other senior Treasury and SBA officials met on Sunday morning with ABA banker leaders to answer questions and hear feedback.