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ABA: The American Bankers Association

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The ABA Securities Association

The ABA Securities Association—a separately chartered trade association and non-profit subsidiary of ABA—represents the interests of banks underwriting and dealing in securities, proprietary mutual funds and derivatives.

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Representing the Interest of Larger Banks Dealing in Securities

The ABA Securities Association (ABASA) is a separately chartered trade association focused on the needs of large financial institutions with significant capital markets businesses.

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