While ICBA urges community bankers to renew their opposition to Washington’s IRS reporting proposal by calling lawmakers and urging consumer outreach, ICBA Chairman Robert Fisher is set to testify today on why tweaks to the plan won’t quell the opposition
With the banking system experiencing a lack of de novo formation in the past decade, policymakers must avoid adding regulatory burdens on community banks, Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman said.
ICBA’s campaign against Washington’s IRS reporting proposal demands that community bankers increase their grassroots outreach through calls and messages to Capitol Hill, ICBA’s Jack Coleman writes in a new blog post.
The National Credit Union Administration approved an ICBA-opposed rule expanding credit union service organizations' permissible services and activities to include anything federal credit unions can currently do.
Independent Community Bankers of America President and CEO Rebeca Romero Rainey today issued a statement on the latest congressional efforts to allow the IRS to collect financial account information from American consumers.
The Farm Credit Administration posted its latest regulatory projects plan. The plan cites pending regulations on a Farm Credit System bridge bank; an annual strategic plan on young, beginning, and small farmers; collateral evaluation regulations; and more.
The Independent Community Bankers of America today announced it has extended its relationship with Preferred Service Provider OnBoard and its digital board management solution. OnBoard has been an ICBA Preferred Service Provider since 2015.