Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman, who holds the designated community bank seat on the board of governors, will speak during ABA’s Conference for Community Bankers, taking place Feb. 12-14 in Orlando.
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Cybersecurity and credit risk are the top risk priorities for community banks, according to a new survey by the Risk Management Association.
By incorporating these emerging design trends your branch can evolve into a modern, comfortable space that customers look forward to visiting.
More than half of community bankers in a recent survey cited small business loans as a high priority in 2022, with most small business owners saying in the same poll that they plan to borrow an average of $2 million over the next two years.
Current banking conditions remain “mostly stable, but there are concerns over the longer term given current economic conditions,” members of the Federal Reserve’s CDIAC said during a meeting that took place earlier this year, according to newly published minutes.
Customers are taking notice as community banks partner with financial technology companies to offer digital banking services, according to a survey released today by digital payments firm Grain Technology.
A new survey of more than 100 top executives at community and regional banks and credit unions found that a majority list growing loans as their top strategic priority.
The latest issue of the FDIC Quarterly explores loan performance at community banks in five manufacturing-concentrated states: Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan and Wisconsin.
To help community banks successfully implement the current expected credit loss accounting standard, the Federal Reserve next week will launch a second tool, the Expected Losses Estimator.