Regions Financial Corporation CEO John Turner discusses how the bank is positioning itself to thrive and grow in the future—with both talent and technology.
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As part of its efforts to facilitate community bank innovation, the Federal Reserve may provide banks with information about core processors and other critical third-party vendors that the banking agencies supervise directly, Fed Governor Michelle Bowman said today at ABA’s Conference for Community Bankers in Orlando, Florida.
In the latest update from ABA’s banker-led Core Platforms Committee, ABA today shared information it has received from four major core processors as well as an analysis of the cores’ responses by bankers on the committee.
As banking becomes ever more technology-driven, many banks are shifting from a mindset that puts big tech projects off to one side to one that embraces ongoing innovation, development and deployment. Regions Bank exemplifies the latter mindset.
You spend a third of your life at work, says Jeremy Callais. “You can teach someone how to do banking. We hire people who we want to spend a third of our lives with. We tend to think that the customers like to bank with those people too.”
In a world where bank CEOs often reach the corner office via serving as chief financial officer or building a career on the lending side, Clayton Legear did things differently.
As one of the country’s generation of young bank CEOs, and one whose professional background is in risk management and regulatory compliance, Clayton Legear shares his unique outlook in the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast.
As part of ABA’s ongoing work to strengthen the relationship between banks and their core providers so banks can deliver the innovative products and services customers want and need, the association today released a set of Principles for Strong Bank-Core Provider Relationships.
Ryan James reflects on how Surety Bank supported its customers through the financial crisis and how he’s positioning the 93-year-old institution for the next 90 years.
In keynote remarks last night at the St. Louis Fed’s community banking research conference, bank CEO Julieann Thurlow outlined Massachusetts-based Reading Cooperative Bank’s innovation journey and how it improved financial inclusion in the communities it serves.