BAFT, the American Bankers Association’s global transaction banking subsidiary, today congratulated graduates of its Future Leaders program, which recognizes upcoming leaders in the transaction banking industry.
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With $1.57 billion in assets, HAB Bank isn’t big — but it’s a community bank with global reach. The New York-based institution provides correspondent banking services for 140 banks in 20 countries, primarily in South Asia and East Asia. Saleem Iqbal discusses how HAB Bank competes in this global marketplace.
BAFT—the American Bankers Association’s global transaction banking subsidiary—today recognized the 32 members of its Future Leaders Program class of 2020.
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network today issued a final rule imposing a fifth special measure against Iran as a jurisdiction of primary money laundering concern under Section 311 of the USA Patriot Act.
The Basel, Switzerland-based Financial Stability Board published a progress report today on steps taken in response to a decline in the number of worldwide correspondent banking relationships.
Kristie Holoch’s bank is not just in the business of serving farmers, families and small businesses in the 33 Nebraska towns where it has branches — it also serves its fellow Nebraska community banks.
As part of its efforts to address the significant decline in global correspondent banking relationships since 2011, BAFT today released a “Respondent’s Playbook” that provides guidance on how to establish new correspondent relationships, review existing ones and increase the likelihood of a favorable outcome.
The European Commission today issued its own list of 23 jurisdictions that it said have “strategic deficiencies” in their anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing frameworks.
BAFT — ABA’s global transaction banking subsidiary — yesterday recognized the 32 members of its Future Leaders program class of 2019. This year’s class includes bankers from 14 different countries, representing a wide variety of disciplines within the transaction banking industry.
The number of worldwide correspondent banking relationships continues to decline, according to new figures released today by the Basel, Switzerland-based Financial Stability Board.