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ICBA President and CEO Camden R. Fine issued the following statement on the House passage of resolution, (H.J. Res. 111), which voids the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's final rule restricting the use of consumer arbitration agreements.
ICBA today urged Congress to adopt a new long-term farm bill incorporating five broad goals and offered enhancements to USDA programs to prevent a farm credit crisis.
ICBA sent letters to Congress in support of Sen. Mike Crapo’s (R-Idaho) and Rep. Keith Rothfus’s (R-Pa.) Congressional Review Act resolutions, which seek to reverse the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) final ruling restricting the use of consumer arbitration agreements.
ICBA announced that WebbMason Marketing has been selected as its newest Preferred Service Provider. WebbMason helps community banks improve their digital marketing footprint through targeted marketing to increase their return on investment.
ICBA today voiced support for the Federal Reserve Faster Payments Task Force’s final report detailing its ten recommendations to enhance the speed, efficiency and security of the U.S. payment system. ICBA and community bankers were active participants in the Task Force.
ICBA announced that BancLeasing has been selected as its newest Preferred Service Provider. BancLeasing helps community banks serve their business customers by allowing them to book equipment leases as commercial loans.
ICBA expressed to Congress the importance of passing judicious housing finance reforms that allows continued access for community bank lenders. Testifying at the Senate Banking Committee’s hearing, Jack Hopkins, president/CEO at CorTrust Bank, advocated for Congress to enact reforms that promote beneficial competition and avoid dangerous concentration in the mortgage lending industry, particularly in regard to government-sponsored enterprises, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
ICBA Bancard, the payments services subsidiary of ICBA, has been endorsed by the Wyoming Bankers Association. This marks the 37th state banking association to give its seal of approval to ICBA Bancard.
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