The Credit Card Competition Act cuts services and benefits without achieving savings for consumers.
Hawley's proposal poses a host of challenges that could lead to unintended consequences.
A bill in Washington props up highly profitable big box retailers while harming Missouri families.
A resolution condemns CFPB’s final rule implementing Section 1071 of the Dodd-Frank Act. MBA urges bankers to voice their support of the resolution to representatives.
Contact Sens. Hawley and Schmitt to oppose the Credit Card Competition Act as proponents of the bill attempt to attach it as an amendment to other measures.
A Missouri banker said FinCEN’s implementation of the AML Act of 2020 must be done in line with congressional intent.
Missouri’s banking industry remains a source of strength and stability.
Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer is sponsoring three bills that seek to reform the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
MBA needs your help to stop legislation that would expand the field of membership for credit unions.
Digital assets have a place in banking, but we must be certain that we are moving forward in a safe, sound manner.
Tell Sens. Blunt and Hawley to oppose the Credit Card Competition Act.
Banks should not be in a constant game of “gotcha” in which the rules are changed without warning.
MBA honored Becky Buhr with the Bank of Franklin County in Washington with the 2022 Young Bankers Leadership Award.
MBA and its members strongly oppose federal legislation that is extremely detrimental to banks and their customers.
MBA and MIBA oppose federal legislation that would force banks to contract with multiple credit card routing companies.
The Durbin Amendment harms the ability, especially for rural Missourians, to access affordable banking services.
Jackson Hataway will become the seventh individual to lead MBA, which celebrates its 132nd anniversary this year.
MBA discusses DOJ guidance on website accessibility.
MBA has reviewed the 2022 UDAAP module and highlighted the new language as compared to the 2012 version.
A highly controversial IRS tax reporting provision would require banks to report any account that has annual activity exceeding a certain dollar threshold.
The latest company endorsed by MBA empowers banks to quickly and easily produce professionally designed, branded marketing materials.
In comment letter, MBA lists three items for CFPB to consider.
MBA is pleased to offer a new program to introduce college students to banking careers.