ICBA’s award-winning #KeepMyBankingPrivate campaign opposed IRS bank customer data reporting.
Last month, ICBA representatives attended the Capital Summit in Washington, D.C., to meet with lawmakers and advocate for the issues impacting community banks.
With the congressional summer break right around the corner, now is the time to connect with legislators in their home districts and advocate for the issues important to community banks. Here’s how to arrange a face-to-face meeting with lawmakers, as well as talk about the legislative priorities they can take back to Capitol Hill.
Overdraft programs and policies are once again in the sights of officials in Washington. ICBA takes on the fight.
May marks Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month—and these Asian American-led community banks are adding to that heritage every single day by helping bring dreams within reach.
From credit union overreach to onerous overregulation, the 2022/23 ICBA board of directors has plenty on its to-do list. Executive committee members tell us what advocacy issues they’ll be focused on during their terms, while board members share their words of wisdom for up-and-coming community bankers: themselves.
Conceived as a regulatory policy to control merchant debit card interchange fees, the Durbin Amendment hasn’t benefited consumers or community banks as originally intended.
In person for the first time since 2019, the ICBA Capital Summit in Washington, D.C., is your chance to make your voice heard by your members of Congress—with support from ICBA every step of the way.
After a long history of systemic economic oppression, Black-owned banks are playing a key role in improving the economic fortunes of their communities. We asked both community bankers and their customers about what this positive change looks like, as it was in the past, as it is in the present and as it will be in the future.