Heather Malcolm is a central Montana agricultural lender, but when she’s not on the bank, she works on her family’s cattle ranch, which allows her to stay closely in touch with the challenges faced by her loan customers.
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For Valentine’s Day, the ABA Banking Journal Podcast digs into trends on U.S. marriage and fertility rates and how they might affect financial institutions.
In honor of Abraham Lincoln’s 210th birthday on Feb. 12, join us for a bonus episode on Lincoln’s legacy on U.S. banking policy and regulation.
As community bankers face increasing pressures to deliver a truly awesome digital customer experience, many report feeling constrained in choice, speed and agility by core processors. On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, guests discuss how the next generation of core banking technology is evolving.
Along with major sporting events like the Super Bowl comes a tragic increase in victims of sexual trafficking in that city.
Bankers today require a broader understanding of technology issues, especially cybersecurity, while also needing deep grounding in core leadership principles, says former bank executive and current business school teacher Greg Smith on the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast.
With the London Interbank Offered Rate — which underpins more than $350 trillion in mortgages, commercial loans, bonds and derivatives worldwide, including $200 trillion in U.S. dollar-denominated financial instruments — not guaranteed to be sustained after 2021, what should banks be doing now to prepare for a transition away from the widely used benchmark?
The U.S. economic outlook, while positive, is a tale of two stories, says Comerica Bank Chief Economist Robert Dye on the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast.
Charlie Schmalz talks about policy issues facing community banks in 2019, the persistence of the mutual banking model, community bank technology plays — and the best place to get Wisconsin cheese curds.
“Innovation doesn’t have to be in technology,” says Julieann Thurlow. “Innovation can be rethinking about a problem and really thinking about what consumers want and where the need is.”