ABA Banking Journal - April 2010 - (Page 6)
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INFORMING BANKERS FOR MORE THAN 100 YEARS
“Customers are not going to be angry at the Fed if something is misunderstood. They’re going to be angry at us”
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32 | Cover Story
America loves its debit cards, but hates to balance its checkbook. Banks seek ways to keep providing a popular service under tough new Fed rules. Congressional restrictions, however, are still a possibility.
COVER DESIGN BY JAMES MELVIN
40 | Fed Gov. Warsh Speaks Out
An eyewitness to the financial panic and its aftermath, Kevin Warsh offers his unique insights on “too big to fail,” causes of the crisis, reg reform, and more in an exclusive interview.
18 | ABA Community Banking
BANKERS’ EXAM ANGST BUILDS
When bankers meet with regulators these days, the tension is palpable. FDIC and OCC senior staffers got an earful (and gave some back) at ABA’s recent Community Bankers Conference.
| ABA BANKING JOURNAL | APRIL 2010
A focus on the interests of Community Bankers of all stripes
| ABA BANKING JOURNAL | april 2010
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