To conclude the first season of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, co-host Evan Sparks tells the story of nine young bankers who changed America.
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When asked which provision of the S. 2155 regulatory reform bill would be most meaningful to them, community bankers were most likely to rank the policy change to make most reciprocal deposits non-brokered.
Synthetic identity theft is a fast-emerging vector of financial fraud, reaching $8 billion and accounting for the majority of fraud on payment cards, according to expert estimates.
With members of Congress heading home during August, it’s a perfect opportunity for bankers to host lawmakers in their banks using ABA’s Take Your Lawmaker to Work program.
To help make sense of it, ABA VP Rob Morgan joins for a bonus episode.
As more and more states legalize the use and sale of marijuana, more and more banks are finding themselves caught between the pincer of local needs and federal law.
On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, leaders at a New Hampshire mutual holding company to discuss how the MHC structure allows each bank to retain its unique community presence but benefit from shared services.
When it comes to banking, Laurie Stewart has seen it all. She started her career as a teller at a regional thrift; later, she worked as a bank examiner, and more recently, she served as chief executive of a credit union, a mutual bank and a commercial bank.
“Marketing is interruption,” says John Oxford, head of marketing and corporate communications at Renasant Bank in Tupelo, Miss. “How do you steal attention?”
To mark Independence Day this week, this bonus episode of the ABA Banking Journal explores the role of banking and finance in the American Revolution and the founding era.