ABA joined the California and Georgia bankers associations with voter education ads thanking two lawmakers for their work supporting communities.
Since the start of the pandemic, banks have reported more sophisticated cyber attacks, said Lisa Arquette, associate director of the FDIC’s anti-money laundering and cyber fraud division at an industry event today.
The Small Business Administration today announced that it will extend the deferment timeframe for COVID-related Emergency Disaster Injury Loans to a total of 30 months.
Small Business Administration Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman told bankers today at the American Bankers Association’s Washington Summit that to help small businesses, the country needs to return to work.
Google searches for concerts, restaurants, and rental cars ticked up after daily new cases of omicron started to decline.
The Small Business Administration announced that it will allow Paycheck Protection Program borrowers to request a loan review by SBA when the lender determines that the borrower is entitled to only partial forgiveness of the PPP loan.
The Federal Reserve will continue to reduce the monthly pace of asset purchases and bring them to an end in early March, according to the latest Federal Open Market Committee statement issued today.
Economic activity grew at a modest pace in the final weeks of 2021 as many parts of the country reported constrained growth due to supply chain disruptions and labor shortages, according to the Federal Reserve’s first Beige Book release of the year.
Despite uncertainty related to COVID-19, four in 10 businesses say they expect their credit needs to increase in 2022, according to the JPMorgan Chase Business Leaders Outlook survey released today.
Economic activity grew at a moderate pace from early October to mid-November, but some parts of the country reported constrained growth, despite strong demand due to supply chain disruptions and labor shortages, according to the Federal Reserve’s eighth Beige Book release of the year.