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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

ABA Analyzes Election’s Likely Impact on Banking

ABA’s government relations team has prepared an analysis of how the 2012 election will affect the banking industry. The analysis, which is available on, reviews the likely impact on such key issues as Dodd-Frank Act implementation, Basel III, the CFPB, housing reform, the fiscal cliff and tax reform.
This election was one of the most important for the banking industry in modern times. As is the case with most informed Americans, bankers remain concerned with the difficult issues our country faces on the budget deficit, entitlement reform, tax policy and heath care -- issues that are already having a profound effect on economic growth.
Read the members-only analysis.

Because the Obama Administration and Congress will be making decisions that will influence banking's future, ABA strongly encourages bankers to plan to attend the 2013 ABA Government Relations Summit, to be held April 15-17 in Washington, D.C. The conference offers bankers the opportunity to hear detailed briefings from Washington insiders and express their views to policymakers on key issues. Registration is free.

Read more about and register for the summit.

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