As the end of the year draws near, banking journalist and analyst Paul Davis joins the ABA Banking Journal Podcast to discuss the bank mergers and acquisitions outlook for 2023.
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Something old, something new: In 2022, check fraud remains a focus of bank risk professionals, while instant P2P payments are an increasingly popular platform for scammers seeking to take advantage of consumers.
For U.S. businesses, lagging indicators may be at odds with leading indicators like business sentiment. “The headlines we see in the market can sometimes be inconsistent with what we see on the ground,” says Stephen Philipson, head of commercial products at U.S. Bank.
Banks of all sizes access the innovation ecosystem through in-house development, fintech partnerships, acquisitions and venture investment. Huntington Bank does all four.
Grandparent scams are a particularly pernicious fraud, one that preys on seniors’ love, care and concern for their family members. How can banks recognize these scams and work with law enforcement to protect clients?
“Diverse teams who have cohered at a team — this means they’ve done some work…
As a leader in selecting and developing potential Chick-fil-A restaurant operators for many years, André Kennebrew conducted around 8,500 talent interviews. Here’s what he learned about talent from one of America’s fastest-growing and top-rated consumer brands.
Christian Ruppe co-founded a fintech firm when he was in college — and later he…
After a long legislative and regulatory advocacy effort, federal thrifts can finally elect “covered savings association” status, allowing them to exercise national bank powers without having to change their charters, holding companies or cultural identities as savings institutions.
The latest incarnation of ABA’s award-winning #BanksNeverAskThat anti-phishing campaign returns in October. The season premiere of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast features a banker’s perspective on participating in the campaign and a sneak preview of new creative.