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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: 65
Vice Chairman
Executive Director for Financial Institutions Policy and Regulatory Affairs
Chairman-Elect
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

American Bankers Association Key Developments

American Bankers Association Elects Howard A. Jaffe as Chairman of the ABA's Community Bankers Council for the 2016-2017

Inland Bancorp Inc. announced that the American Bankers Association has elected Howard A. Jaffe as Chairman of the ABA’s Community Bankers Council for the 2016-2017 association year. Jaffe is currently President and COO of Inland Bancorp Inc. in Oak Brook, Illinois.

American Bankers Association Announces Executive Changes

Lake City Bank announced that Joe Kessie, Senior Vice President and Regional Manager of Commercial Banking, was recently elected chairman of the American Bankers Association’s Agricultural and Rural Bankers Committee, which works to advance American agriculture and the economic growth of rural America. Kessie has 33 years of banking experience, including the last 19 years at Lake City Bank. Kessie will chair the committee during its 2016-17 year. Kessie succeeds outgoing chairman Michael R. Hein, who is a vice president at Liberty Trust & Savings Bank in Durant, Iowa.

American Bankers Association Appoints Keith Hughes to Serve on its Bankers Council

Data Center Inc. announced that Keith Hughes, CEO of First National Bank of Hutchinson, Kan., has been appointed to serve on the American Bankers Association Community Bankers Council. Mr. Hughes also serves on the Kansas Bankers Association board of directors and Federal Affairs Committee.

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