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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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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.
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I am very disappointed with the amount of coverage given the ABA vote, especially in the Midwest," said Carey.
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What kind of ABA internal support department do you have?
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