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American Banker is the leading information resource for the banking industry. Providing exclusive news coverage and commentary, feature and analytical articles, data applications and special reports, American Banker puts information in context both in print and online at AmericanBanker.com. Market segments covered include national and global issues, mortgages, consumer finance, legislation, investment products, card and payment systems and technology.

American Banker publishes daily, distributes multiple enewsletters in various market segments and produces The FinTech 100, an annual ranking of financial technology vendors and Banker of the Year, a special supplement and awards program.

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RMA was founded in 1914 to help commercial bankers make better lending decisions through the exchange of credit information. Today, RMA is the only trade association that specializes in promoting effective and prudent risk management practices for institutions of all sizes, across the entire financial services industry. In fact, American Banker describes RMA as the "trade group responsible for guarding credit quality and promoting risk management."

U.S. Banker provides 35,000 C-suite and executive-level bankers with analysis and commentary on the industry players, financial and economic market trends, regulations, business strategies, and innovations reshaping the banking and financial services landscape. Readers gain insight into how to maximize shareholder value; generate new and greater line-of-business revenues year over year; maximize institutional profitability; run more efficient operations firm-wide; pursue growth, organic and otherwise; and influence the U.S. and global economies.

U.S. Banker is published monthly, distributes a weekly enewsletter and produces The 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking, an annual performance-based influence ranking and series of networking and professional development events.