ABA says merger brings members new clout with lawmakers The merger of the American Bankers Association and America’s Community Bankers became official on Dec. 1 and ABA officials believe the combined groups will offer unity when dealing with Washington policymakers. The ABA-ACB merger, announced in June and approved by each association’s membership in October, creates an ABA comprised of more than 95 percent of the industry’s $12.7 trillion in assets with a majority of member banks having less than $125 million in assets. ABA Chairman Brad Rock, chairman, president . . .
This content is only accessible to members with a current subscription. If you are a subscriber but don't have online access, please contact us at 952-835-2275.