On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, ABA Senior Counsel Shaun Kern discusses the OCC’s recent proposal to revise its rules on permissible bank premises for national banks and federal thrifts, as well as ABA’s call for the agency to withdraw the proposal.
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In this episode, podcast co-hosts Evan Sparks and Monica C. Meinert review highlights from the ABA’s just-concluded virtual Washington Summit. If you missed the Summit, tune in for insight and analysis on the past few days, and if you watched the virtual event, revisit all the highlights in just 20 minutes.
When Gilda Nogueira’s family immigrated to the United States, East Cambridge Savings Bank in Cambridge, Massachusetts, helped them land on their feet and begin their new life in America. Today, Nogueira pays this opportunity forward through community banking as president and CEO of ECSB.
One of the earliest U.S. analysts to warn about the novel coronavirus examines the rise in mortality, the accelerated decline in childbirth and early 2020’s pause on marriages and divorces, and what they all might imply for the broader economy.
From the ongoing generational wealth transfer to new “wealthtech” solutions and investor demands for sustainability and diversity, big changes are happening in the wealth management sector.
Historian Shennette Garrett-Scott tells the story of Maggie Lena Walker and her mission to help Black women find financial empowerment and professional career opportunities.
On this Presidents Day bonus episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, Amity Shlaes discusses Calvin Coolidge’s personal and professional background, relationships with banks and bankers and how these shaped his economic policy in the 1920s.
As an early-career CPA, Carissa Rodeheaver began her community banking career as a trust administrator nearly three decades ago. Now, she’s at the same bank, as chairman, president and CEO of Oakland, Maryland-based First United Bank and Trust.
From offering bitcoin rewards checking to meeting the unique credit needs of gig workers and sole practitioners, Quontic Bank depends on innovative ideas and execution.
Before returning to banking in 2016 as CEO of Passumpsic Bank, Jim Kisch spent a decade and a half as founder or co-founder of software firms that served the financial industry. On the podcast, Kisch talks about lessons he brought from his tech entrepreneurship career,