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Jan 25, 2022

Todd Phillips, the director of financial regulatory and corporate governance at the Center for American Progress, talks about the dangers of legislating new rules for digital assets when existing regulatory powers may be sufficient. He also discusses the rise of NFTs and why banks should be wary.

Jan 18, 2022

FDIC Chair Jelena McWilliams unexpectedly announced recently that she is stepping down Feb. 4. What’s behind this decision—and what does it mean for the independence of the FDIC and other banking regulators? Politico’s Victoria Guida and American Banker’s Brendan Pedersen explore the many facets of the FDIC’s...

Jan 11, 2022

Jim Edwards, the CEO of $2.1 billion-asset United Bank and immediate former past chairman of the ABA, talks about his bank’s unique approach to finding and fostering the next generation of banking talent. He also discusses several policy challenges facing the industry, including overdraft fees and more...