ABA President and CEO Frank Keating represented the banking industry in several New York TV interviews, arguing for tweaks to the Dodd-Frank Act to help community banks.
In appearances on Bloomberg Surveillance, WSJ Live and The Street, Keating drove home his argument that Dodd-Frank is not “holy writ” and that community banks and their customers could benefit from several thoughtful changes to the law, such as providing Qualified Mortgage status to all loans held in portfolio.
Watch the Bloomberg interview.
Watch the WSJ Live interview.
Watch The Street interview.