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Don Abernathy Jr.

President and Chief Executive Officer

The Bankers Bank

Direct Phone: (405) ***-****       

Email: d***@***.com

The Bankers Bank

7700 Mineral Point Road

Madison, Wisconsin 53717

United States

Company Description

Bankers Professional Services, Inc. was established in 2004 by the Bankers Bancorp of Oklahoma, Inc., the holding company of The Bankers Bank. Our corporate objective is to set the industry standard for the broad range of services currently available to c ... more

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Employment History

Board Member
Community Bankers Association of Oklahoma

Chairman
Oklahoma Bankers Association

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CBAO Board | CBAO

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Don Abernathy, The Bankers Bank, Oklahoma City, OK


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"Oklahoma banks are working through a number of influences on the State's economy as they continue to serve Oklahomans and their communities," said OBA Chairman Don Abernathy. "The economic impact of HB 1804 is just one of them. Abernathy is President & CEO of The Bankers Bank in Oklahoma City.

The housing collapse, the sub-prime mortgage meltdown and the resulting credit crunch have collectively had an impact on the nation's financial system as a whole. In addition, Oklahoma banks are also dealing with economic realities that have come about as a result of the passage of the bill.
"Just last week the Federal Reserve System came to the rescue of Bear Stearns, and that added to the concerns of consumers everywhere," Abernathy said. "In spite of these challenges, Oklahoma banks remain among the strongest and best-performing banks in the nation."
Abernathy noted that as a general rule, the OBA does not get involved in non-banking matters. The Association did not take a position on HB 1804 during its consideration by the Legislature in 2007 and does not take a position now.
"Bankers do have concerns about unintended consequences that have come about as a result of (the bill)," he concluded. "That's the reason we decided to commission this study, to better understand the facts and get a better handle on the costs to the State's economy and to bank customers.
"Reasonable people disagree about whether the social policy embodied in HB 1804 - to reduce the economic burden on the State and its citizens by encouraging the out-migration of undocumented or 'illegal' workers - is a good thing or a bad thing for the State," he concluded.


Donors | Independent Bankers Association of Texas

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Don Abernathy, The Bankers Bank, Oklahoma City, OK


OBA - Oklahoma Banking News

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"Oklahoma banks are working through a number of influences on the State's economy as they continue to serve Oklahomans and their communities," said OBA Chairman Don Abernathy. "The economic impact of HB 1804 is just one of them. Abernathy is President & CEO of The Bankers Bank in Oklahoma City.

The housing collapse, the sub-prime mortgage meltdown and the resulting credit crunch have collectively had an impact on the nation's financial system as a whole. In addition, Oklahoma banks are also dealing with economic realities that have come about as a result of the passage of the bill.
"Just last week the Federal Reserve System came to the rescue of Bear Stearns, and that added to the concerns of consumers everywhere," Abernathy said. "In spite of these challenges, Oklahoma banks remain among the strongest and best-performing banks in the nation."
Abernathy noted that as a general rule, the OBA does not get involved in non-banking matters. The Association did not take a position on HB 1804 during its consideration by the Legislature in 2007 and does not take a position now. "Bankers do have concerns about unintended consequences that have come about as a result of (the bill)," he concluded. "That's the reason we decided to commission this study, to better understand the facts and get a better handle on the costs to the State's economy and to bank customers.
"Reasonable people disagree about whether the social policy embodied in HB 1804 - to reduce the economic burden on the State and its citizens by encouraging the out-migration of undocumented or 'illegal' workers - is a good thing or a bad thing for the State," he concluded.

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