With banks continuing to announce post-tax reform initiatives to share savings with customers, employees and communities, ABA is refreshing daily its page at aba.com/EnergizingTheEconomy documenting these efforts.
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Banks are finding themselves on the front lines of protecting their older customers.
These award-winning bankers take on a growing prison population by promoting financial literacy training.
Following the historic tax reform law’s enactment, banks of all sizes continue to increase frontline employee wages, provide employee bonuses, invest in new technology and make additional charitable contributions.
As the new year begins and a historic tax reform law takes effect, banks continue to unveil wage increases, bonuses and increases in charitable contributions.
With the signing of the tax reform bill last week came a flurry of announcements from banks of all sizes about how they plan to pass on the savings they will see from corporate tax cuts to their employees, customers and communities.
Seattle-based Washington Federal has announced that it will increase wages for certain employees, make investments in technology and increase its funding for charitable causes with the savings it will see as a result of the tax reform bill, which was passed yesterday.
As part of ABA’s long-term engagement with the Treasury Department and financial regulators on the Community Reinvestment Act, the association today sent a white paper to Treasury with several recommendations for modernizing the regulatory approach to CRA.
At ABA’s Annual Convention in Chicago today, the association unveiled a new video spotlighting how bankers pitched in and responded to the wave of devastating hurricanes that hit Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico this fall.
In his first speech as ABA chairman, Texas banker Ken Burgess shared remarkable stories of bankers’ commitments to their neighbors in ways large and small.