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Eric Rosengren, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, was speaking at the Wisconsin Bankers Association annual lunch on Thursday.
Branching strategies remain a critical way banks serve their customers; however, as lobby visitors decrease due to the growth of online and mobile banking, some have consolidated branches in order to shift resources to better accommodate customers' evolving needs," said Rose Oswald Poels, president and chief executive of the Wisconsin Bankers Association.
He was an instructor and board member for the Wisconsin Bankers Association Consumer Credit School in Madison for the past 10 years.
The combined organisation will be known as Wisconsin Bankers Association.
The Wisconsin Bankers Association, which in a July 15 letter to the state's Congressional delegation claimed the "time is now" to remove the credit union exemption, shot back with an anti-CU attack of its own, arguing that in light of the urgency by federal and state agencies to find new revenue, the CU tax exemption has outlived its purpose.
Erickson is a director of the Wisconsin Bankers Association, the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse Foundation, and the Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation.
He has also served on committees for the American Bankers Association, the Wisconsin Bankers Association and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and was active on several other boards including the YMCA of Metro Milwaukee, St.
The Wisconsin Bankers Association and probably others made similar statements.