Uncertainty around ADA website/app compliance leaves banks vulnerable

Uncertainty around ADA website/app compliance leaves banks vulnerable

/ Opinion
Lawsuits related to alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act are on the rise and a number of banks have been targeted for inadvertent, technical violations of this federal law. The ADA lawsuits relate to bank websites and mobile apps that are inaccessible to visually impaired consumers. If your ...
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Hospitality is trending in bank remodels

Hospitality is trending in bank remodels

/ Features
If the technology had existed in 1905 surely master architect Frank Lloyd Wright would have created a mobile app for ...
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Lee succeeds Fuller as Heartland Financial CEO

Lee succeeds Fuller as Heartland Financial CEO

/ Promotions & New Hires
Bruce Lee, president of Heartland Financial USA, Inc., will add CEO to his title on June 1. Lee has been ...
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Experts offer career management tips to mid-career bankers

Experts offer career management tips to mid-career bankers

/ Chronicles, More News
Communication is the top skill sought out in banking. For people looking for entry into banking, or to move up ...
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Chronicles

Fifth Third to buy Chicago’s MB Financial

/ Chronicles
Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bancorp  announced May 21 it will buy MB Financial Inc., Chicago, in a stock-and-cash deal valued at ...
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Chicago Fed gets innovative with employee collaboration spaces

/ Chronicles, More News
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Ill., created an Innovation Center to promote collaboration and creative thinking amongst its lenders, ...
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Stein & Moore move law practice to Gislason & Hunter

/ Chronicles
Attorneys Peter Stein and Ralph Moore have transferred their law practice to the firm of Gislason & Hunter. For 40 ...
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People

Iowa bank announces board additions, retirement

/ Directorships, Retirements
Farmers Trust and Savings Bank, Spencer, Iowa, announced the retirement of Bruce Lamport and the election of Kenneth Easter and ...
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Indiana’s 1st Source Bank adds to board

/ Directorships
1st Source Corporation, South Bend, Ind., announced the following elections to the board of its holding company and its subsidiary ...
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Key leadership change at United Bankers’ Bank

/ More News, People
Kevin Bostrom, executive vice president, has retired from United Bankers Bank, Bloomington, Minn. Conrad Newburgh, a commercial lender with more ...
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Opinion

Remembering Bill Seidman

/ More News, Opinion
This week marks the anniversary of the death of Bill Seidman, the chairman of the FDIC during the tumultuous 1980s ...
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Fintech proves what’s possible; will bankers adapt?

/ More News, Technology
Technology plays an ever-increasing role in banking, particularly when it comes to innovation. For all the talk (and fear) about ...
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Reflections on the banking industry, post crisis

/ Opinion
Ten years ago, a financial crisis was unfolding and the nation’s banks were vilified by populist politicians and media alike ...
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Community Relations

Iowa banking associations team to educate kids about money

/ Financial Literacy, More News
The Community Bankers of Iowa and the Iowa Bankers Association are supporting Money Smart Week programs that creatively connect children ...
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Financial literacy survey busts myths, offers hope

/ Financial Literacy
In commemoration of Financial Literacy Month, the First National Bank of Omaha conducted its 2018 Financial Literacy and Lifestyle Survey ...
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Bell Bank extends giving program to professional soccer team

/ Philanthropy
Bell Bank, Fargo, N.D., announced on April 17 it is entering into a 10-year partnership with the Minnesota United FC, ...
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