Tag Archives: ABA Banking Journal Podcast

Podcast: What the 2018 Midterm Elections Mean for Bankers

On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, James Ballentine, head of congressional affairs for the American Bankers Association, joins Elizabeth Coit, who leads the ABA Voter Education Fund, to discuss the results of the 2018 midterm elections, which saw Democrats seize a House majority while Republicans expanded their Senate majority, and their implications for bankers.

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Podcast: Two Ways to Partner with Fintech Firms

As long as banks have existed, they've deployed innovative technology to better serve their customers and improve efficiency. On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, two leading bankers discuss distinct approaches to partnering with fintech firms today.

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Podcast: Reversing the De Novo Flatline

In the more than eight years since the Dodd-Frank Act passed, just 13 new U.S. banks have been chartered -- and in some years, no new banks have been chartered at all. ABA Chairman Ken Burgess, who co-founded FirstCapital Bank of Texas as a de novo two decades ago, is concerned about these numbers.

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