Anne Tangen, a bank IT expert-turned-CEO at BankFive in Fall River, Massachusetts, talks about BankFive’s efforts to reduce friction in the account opening process, as well as her work to smooth the path for talented women in the community bank C-suite.
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Late in 2023, Warsaw Federal — a $71 million mutual savings and loan in Cincinnati…
Recent research provides actionable conclusions for bank executives and board members who want to improve the functioning of their boards.
Further refining your equitable strategies by retooling how you give feedback, standardizing your promotion practices and supporting caregivers will attract and keep more women in the banking industry.
The ABA Banking Journal Podcast wraps up Women’s History Month with a conversation on an early Texas banking pioneer: Anna Mebus Martin.
Government Relations Council Chair Cathy Owen on how a good reputation paves the way for effective advocacy and leadership.
Women win because their ideas are heard, allies win because they’re seen as inclusive leaders and banks win because with more ideas on the table, innovation will soar.
As a bank leader, Alicia Wade notes that we’re at a unique moment that won’t recur for many years: having four generations, from Baby Boomers to Gen Z, working alongside each other.
The story of Maggie Lena Walker and her mission to help Black women find financial empowerment and professional career opportunities.
What’s on the banking industry’s policy radar for 2023? ABA’s Government Relations Council recently met in Washington, D.C., and GRC Chair Cathy Owen recaps the topics of consideration as the association prepares its banker-led Blueprint for Growth for the coming year.