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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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What factors led to higher overall farm profitability in 2022? ABA and Farmer Mac's latest report takes a closer look.

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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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Sharon Whitaker

Vice President, Commercial Real Estate & Finance

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Helen N. Sullivan

SVP, Endorsed Solutions

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Senior Vice President, Retail, Lending, & Payments

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