“ICBA strongly supports the Community Bank Access to Capital Act of 2015 and thanks Sens. Rounds and Blunt for introducing this much-needed legislation,” ICBA President and CEO Camden R. Fine said. “Relieving community banks from excessive and unnecessary regulatory burdens will improve access to credit and support economic growth in local communities across the nation.”
The Community Bank Access to Capital Act of 2015 would:
ICBA will continue working with the House and Senate to advance this important legislation and other regulatory relief measures from the association’sPlan for Prosperity.
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