ABA will distribute to Capitol Hill offices a new resource to inform lawmakers about what they need to know to help America’s hometown banks.
The 2015 Key Banking Issues guide provides an overview of the banking industry’s economic impact and outlines concrete actions Congress can take to remove impediments to serving customers, eliminate distortions in the marketplace, improve home loan access and facilitate the growth of jobs and the economy.
The guide will be given in-person to first-term lawmakers, when bankers and state association executives from across the country will participate in tomorrow’s ABA Freshman Fly-In in Washington, D.C. The fly-in is part of an effort to lay the foundation for solid and lasting personal relationships with the 71 new members of Congress and educate them about key banking issues.
Bankers will also have an opportunity to meet with their members of Congress and educate them about banking issues during the ABA Government Relations Summit, March 23-25 in Washington.
Download the guide.
Register for the Summit.