The Ohio Bankers League is holding an Open House at OBL HQ on Wednesday, March 15. The Open House will begin at 4:30 p.m. and feature refreshments, light hors d'oeuvres and door prizes.
More than 100 Ohio bankers will be in Washington D.C. next week to advocate for right-sizing bank regulation, fairer taxation in financial services and other banking industry priorities at the annual OBL D.C. Fly-in.
The U.S. Senate voted to confirm Steven Mnuchin as U.S. Treasury secretary on Monday, following partisan squabbles surrounding his nomination. The upper chamber approved Mnuchin by a 53-47 vote, largely along party lines.
Companion House and Senate Bills (HB 35 and SB 29) that will modernize the bank statute in Ohio to create a "universal charter" and eliminate duplicative and unnecessary regulatory burdens received initial sponsor testimonies this week.
A new state banking code modernization bill was introduced this week at the Statehouse after continued OBL advocacy emphasizing the importance of bringing Ohio's banking laws up-to-date.
The OBL has launched an intensive grassroots offensive against the latest state credit unions powers expansion bill - H.B. 415. This week OBL Vice President of State Government Relations Dustin Holfinger urged members to use the OBL Online Grassroots System to contact their state senators and urge them to oppose this legislation
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council last week announced the final version of its uniform interagency consumer compliance rating system, more commonly known as the “CC Rating System.
OBL BankServices has named 107 year old design/build firm PW Campbell as an endorsed partner for design/build, branding and merchandising and branch transformation services.
The OCC will hold chartered fintech-related nonbanks to the “same high standards” that banks are expected to meet if the agency eventually decides to grant them a charter, Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry said.
More than 400 OBL members and their guests celebrated the OBL's 125th Anniversary at the association's Annual Meeting in Columbus.