2016 National Survey of Community Banks Cited in the Wall Street Journal

Survey Of Community Banks

The 2016 Community Banking in the 21st Century research and policy conference's national survey of community banks was cited in an April 24, 2017, Wall Street Journal column, "A Plan to Give Community Banks Relief from Dodd-Frank." The article cites data from the 2016 national survey that estimates compliance costs for community banks at $4.5 billion annually. The national survey is conducted annually by the state banking commissioners. Results from the 2017 survey will be presented during the fifth annual Community Banking in the 21st Century research and policy conference taking place Oct. 4-5 at the St. Louis Fed.

Read the 2016 national survey findings (PDF)