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Company Overview of American Bankers Association

Company Overview

American Bankers Association is a banking trade association of community, regional, and money center banks, holding companies, savings associations, trust companies, and savings banks. American Bankers Association provides training and education programs, information products, professional certifications, and technical services to its members. The company was founded in 1875 and is headquartered in Washington, District of California.

1120 Connecticut Ave Nw

Washington, DC 20036-3902

United States

Founded in 1875

Phone:

202-663-5000

Fax:

202-663-7543

Key Executives for American Bankers Association

Chairman
Age: 66
Vice Chairman
Executive Director for Financial Institutions Policy and Regulatory Affairs
Chairman-Elect
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

American Bankers Association Key Developments

American Bankers Association Appoints Laurie Stewart as Vice Chairman

Laurie Stewart President and CEO of Sound Community Bank, was selected as the candidate for the Vice Chairman position on the American Bankers Association slate of officers. Once elected at the ABA Annual Convention in Chicago, October 15-17, Stewart begins a 3-year term. The position advances from Vice Chairman to Chairman-Elect, finally to Chairman over the course of the term.

American Bankers Association Presents at KBW Community Bank Investor Conference, Aug-01-2017 12:00 PM

American Bankers Association Presents at KBW Community Bank Investor Conference, Aug-01-2017 12:00 PM. Venue: Hilton Midtown, New York, New York, United States. Speakers: Rob Nichols, President & CEO.

ABA Names Ananda Radhakrishnan Vice President of Center for Bank Derivatives Policy

Ananda Radhakrishnan has been named vice president of the American Bankers Association's Center for Bank Derivatives Policy. In his new role, Radhakrishnan will provide advocacy support for sensible, risk-based regulation of derivatives activity by banks of all sizes to ensure access to markets and instruments that allow financial institutions to assist their customers, as well as themselves, in managing risk. His first day is on June 19. Radhakrishnan comes to ABA from the law firm Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, where he was a partner advising both U.S. and non-U.S.-based clients on matters involving U.S. commodities and derivatives laws and regulations, including the derivatives reforms under the Dodd-Frank Act.

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