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Commercial Banking

In a world of heightened competition and new risks and regulations, ABA helps you successfully manage your commercial banking business with training and events, news and expert guidance—so that you can help businesses, farms and communities across the nation thrive.

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Earn Your Certificate in Business and Commercial Lending

Develop an in-depth understanding of business sectors, legal structures and why businesses borrow with this newly updated certificate—featuring new courses on treasury management and loan write-ups.

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ABA Resources

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The Current State of Ag Lending

ABA and Farmer Mac’s Agricultural Lender Survey report takes a look at market forces and lending conditions in the farm economy, including top concerns of ag lenders, profitability expectations and credit quality.

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Construction Lending Simplified

Built’s digital collaboration platform automates the manual tasks connected with residential construction lending and allows all parties to collaborate transparently, while keeping documents in one place. Save 10% on implementation fees.

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Policy Analysis & Advocacy Efforts

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Our Experts

Sharon L. Whitaker

VP, Commercial Real Estate & Finance, Mortgage

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Helen N. Sullivan

SVP, Endorsed Solutions

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Shelly Loftin

SVP, Retail Banking, Lending & Payments

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Edwin Elfmann

SVP, Agricultural & Rural Banking Policy

Agricultural Banking

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Commercial Network

An online forum for commercial lenders. Discuss the current environment, ask questions, and connect with your peers.

Committees, Councils, and Working Groups

Represent your bank, help guide ABA’s policy priorities and advocacy efforts, and connect with other bankers.

ABA Daily Newsbytes

Stay up to date on what's happening in Congress, at the regulatory agencies and at ABA.