ICBA engages members of Congress and federal regulators to help them understand our industry and concerns through our Legislative Priorities for the 118th Congress and continuous push for pro-community bank policies.
Policy resolutions are approved by the ICBA Policy Development Committee and the Board of Directors to broadly describe the association’s major policy objectives for the year.
The resolutions are designed to provide policy guidance for ICBA officers and staff and general policy direction for ICBA standing committees, the Federal Delegate Board, councils, and task forces.Policy Resolutions
Locally owned community banks have a direct and vital stake in their communities. Their business model is founded on personal relationships and direct knowledge of the business owners, families, and individuals that make up their communities.
ICBA is the only national trade association dedicated exclusively to representing community banks. Through its public communications, ICBA tells the community banking story, promotes our principles, and positions ICBA as the leading source of information on the industry.
Nobody knows your customers and business better than you. Making regular contact with your lawmakers and staff will ensure that you become a trusted resource on issues related to community banking.
|Non-Compete Clause Rule Extension Request||Federal Trade Commission||01/31/23|
|Coalition Letter on Crop Insurance||USDA, OMB, Budget and Approps Committees||01/30/23|
|Comments on Section 1033 Consumer Data Rulemaking||CFPB||01/26/23|
|ICBA Comment Letter - CDFI Fund MLI Designation||CDFI||01/24/23|
|Comment Letter on TLAC||FDIC, Fed||01/23/23|
|Comments on Late Fee Rulemaking||CFPB||01/20/23|
|Comments on TILA Preemption Determination||CFPB||01/20/23|
|Joint Letter on VA Home Guaranty Program||Department of Veterans Affairs||01/18/23|
|Comments on Access to Fed Master Accounts||Federal Reserve||01/18/23|
|Comments on Proposal to Rescind SBLC Moratorium||Small Business Administration||01/05/23|
Supported by thousands of community bankers, the Independent Community Bankers Political Action Committee (ICBPAC) is a vital part of Be Heard. ICBPAC raised $1.85 million and contributed $1.5 million to over 300 federal candidates and committees during the 2020 election cycle to strengthen the community banking industry's reputation in Washington.