The Bank Policy Institute (BPI), a new bank trade association formed from the merger of The Clearing House Association and the Financial Services Roundtable, opened its doors in July and held a Launch Party at its offices in Washington, D.C.
Anthony Cimino (L) of BPI and Sam Geduldig of CGCN Group share a laugh during the BPI Launch Party.
Greg Baer of BPI chats with Barbara Benham, Huntington Bank, during the BPI Launch Party.
BPI member banks hold $7.7 trillion in U.S. deposits and have loans of $2.5 trillion to businesses and $3.1 trillion to households (businesses, auto loans, and credit cards).
Don Auerbach, Investment Company Institute; Gregg Rozansky, BPI; and Mark Renaud, Wiley Rein (L to R), stop for a photo at the BPI Launch Party.
Greg Baer, BPI (L), chats with Greg Wilson, Greg Wilson Consulting, during the Launch Party.
John Court and Dafina Stewart of BPI pose for a photo shortly before the BPI Launch Party.
Randy Benjenk, Covington & Burling; Kevin Bailey, Citigroup; and John Court, BPI (L to R), pose for a photo during the BPI Launch Party.
Rob Blackwell (L) of American Banker, and Edward Yingling, Covington & Burling, chat during the BPI Launch Party.