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On this special holiday episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, Colleen Tressler of the Federal Trade Commission and Corey Carlisle of the ABA Foundation join co-hosts Evan Sparks and Joan Gregory Saenz to explore the dark side of Valentine’s Day: online romance scams
A new infographic published by the ABA Foundation and the Federal Trade Commission alerts consumers to the growing threat of online data scams and provides tips for how they can protect themselves.
Banker registration is now open for the ABA Foundation’s 2018 financial education programs.
Banks are finding themselves on the front lines of protecting their older customers.
To download the ABA Foundation’s full Older Americans Benchmarking Report, click here.
With Americans over age 50 accounting for 70 percent of all bank deposits, and with an estimated one in five seniors targeted by financial fraud, the ABA Foundation today released its inaugural Older Americans Benchmarking Report highlighting how banks are working to combat elder abuse.
The ABA Foundation has recognized six banks for their outstanding commitment to their communities.
While many bankers are focused on navigating generational change and positioning their banks to succeed with millennials, they cannot ignore the baby boom generation, which continues to hold most liquid wealth in America.
Hundreds of communities across the country have developed coordinated local efforts to prevent, detect and respond to elder financial abuse, according to a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau report issued today.