The Independent Community Bankers of America in partnership with The Venture Center, and the State of Arkansas today officially unveiled its fourth annual ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator cohort during a virtual kickoff event focused on community bank innovation.
TCM Bank, N.A., the credit card bank of ICBA Bancard®, announced the promotions of three of its executives, Terri Howard as executive vice president and chief people officer, C.J. Littrell as executive vice president and chief operating officer and David Gonzalez as executive vice president and chief risk officer.
The 2022 ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator Program kicks off today with a virtual event to formally introduce the 2022 cohort and launch the immersive 12-week program accelerating community banking innovation.
House Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Financial Institutions Chairman Ed Perlmutter (D-Colo.) announced on Monday that he will not seek reelection this fall, renewing the urgency to pass legislation that creates a safe harbor for banks serving cannabis-related businesses this Congress.
ICBA Bancard announced management promotions for Rebecca Kruse who was named executive vice president and chief operating officer and Dina Mickens who was promoted to vice president and manager of operations and fraud.
Jan 7, 2022
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Charles Town, W.Va.-based BCT has experienced rapid growth in recent years after investing heavily in digital banking solutions, namely their website, digital wallets, and mobile deposit features. Still, the bank's previous loan origination system had a manual backend process, leading to a burdensome experience for both borrowers and employees and a lengthy loan turnaround time. To continue growing, BCT needed a loan origination solution with a superior customer front-end and a seamless process, one that would boost efficiencies, enhance customer experience, streamline internal work efforts, and ultimately eliminate unnecessary costs. With Jack Henry, the bank is gaining a centralized and flexible solution that enables lenders to make an informed credit risk decision, track and monitor individual loans as well as manage portfolios.
ICBA today called on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to exempt more community banks and small businesses from its proposal to implement new small-business loan data collection and reporting requirements.
More than half of all consumer complaints received by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau from January 2020 through September 2021 were directed at Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion, the bureau said.