By Camden R. Fine, President and CEO of ICBA As I’ve said and written before, relieving the regulatory tsunami drowning community banks is Job No. 1 for ICBA. Quite simply, no priority is more urgent for ICBA than reversing the rising tide of costly, unnecessary and counterproductive regulations. So with all of its energy and […]
By Camden R. Fine, President and CEO of ICBA Free-form dialogue and debate are central to policymaking in Washington, D.C. However, separating facts from the snowstorm of shrewdly crafted misinformation swirling in the nation’s capital can be disorienting. Even conscientiously nonpartisan veteran Washington operatives can lose their way during the policymaking process.
By Camden R. Fine, President and CEO of ICBA About this time last year at the ICBA National Convention and Techworld® in Nashville, Tenn., Richard Cordray made his first remarks before community bankers as the newly appointed director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. A former attorney general and treasurer from Ohio, Cordray underscored the […]