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American Bankers Association

A professional organization for banks and bankers in the United States. Among other things, it lobbies on behalf of the banking industry and conducts educational and professional development activities. It was established in 1875 and is based in Washington, D.C.

American Bankers Association

A trade organization for officers of commercial banks
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Through its leadership, partnerships, and national programs, ABA's Community Engagement Foundation (dba ABA Foundation), a 501(c)3, helps bankers provide financial education to individuals at every age, elevate issues around affordable housing and community development, and achieve corporate social responsibility objectives to improve the well-being of their customers and their communities.
The ABA points to its efforts to diversify the profession, but its words ring hollow; each year sees a decline in African-American enrollment in ABA law schools.
A spokeswoman for the minister said there would be no visits to autism schools "while the minister continues ongoing discussions with Autism Ireland Alliance" about funding the current 12 pilot ABA projects.
Are your competitors actively pursuing an ABA with the prospective referral source partner, and is the mortgage company at risk of losing current business and an attractive long-term opportunity to one of them?
The ABA voted to declare that it "opposes, as contrary to the rule of law and our constitutional system of separation of powers, the misuse of presidential signing statements by claiming the authority .
The ABA Tax Section's proposed definition of practitioner attempts to eliminate this argument by including in the definition of practitioner the phrase "regardless of whether the individual has in fact filed a declaration or enrolled pursuant to this part.
Although there are some advocates who state that ABA is the only way to successfully teach autistic children, others will defend different treatments.
Our collaborative efforts, which have included former League President Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins and former League Board member Pat Brady as representatives on ABA Commissions, have contributed to important innovations and policy advancements.
Although the ABA supports the requirement in proposed Section 10.
With former NBA pros like George "The Iceman' Gervin, Darryl Dawkins, and Paul Westhead among the head coaches and big-city teams like the Chicago Skyliners, Memphis Houn'dawgs, and Kansas City Knights, ABA 2000 founders say the new league will spread like wildfire in urban areas across the country.
Recognizing its inability to single-handedly put these recommendations into practice, the ABA requested assistance from then-President Clinton and World Trade Organization Director-General Mike Moore.
For the past few years, ABA has made concentrated effort to expand stocking capabilities in order to have more product on hand-when you need packaging, it's ready to go out the door.