On June 26, the Wisconsin Bankers Association Government Relations Committee (GRC) will begin to create the banking industry’s priorities for the 2021-2022 legislative session, and we need your input! GRC Chair Gary Kuter, senior vice president/retail banking and chief compliance officer at Capitol Bank, Madison, will lead the committee of 30 bank executives in a discussion to shape the future of the banking industry. If you have an idea of what public policy WBA should pursue, please email Mike Semmann at email@example.com.
The GRC considers the following areas as it creates the agenda for a recommendation to the WBA Board of Directors:
- Federal/state legislative policy areas (partial list):
- Economy, Banking Compliance, Agriculture, Wealth Management, Mortgage, Human Resources, Retail, Data Privacy & Cyber Security, Consumer Protection, Technology and Operations, Payment System
- Federal/state administrative rules
- Court cases
WBA Public Policy Agenda Timeline
|June 25||Survey of WBA GRC and Advocacy Officers|
|June 26||First GRC Meeting|
|July 27||Task Force refines initial concepts|
|Sept. 11||GRC meets to prioritize issues and rank as Active or Responsive|
|Oct. – Nov.||Review and refine agenda|
|Dec. 2||Present 2021-2022 Priorities for approval by the WBA Board of Directors|
Semmann is WBA executive vice president and chief operations officer.
By, Amber Seitz