Camden Fine

Camden Fine

Camden R. Fine is president and CEO of the Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) representing the interests of more than 5,700 community banks of all sizes and charter types. ICBA represents community banks in every state in the United States.

A native Missourian and career community banker, Fine came to ICBA in May 2003. Before joining ICBA, Fine chartered and organized Midwest Independent Bank of Jefferson City, MO and served as its president and CEO for nearly 20 years. In addition, Fine owned MainStreet Bank of Ashland, Mo., a $50-million-asset community bank. Prior to his banking career, Fine served as the Missouri State Tax Director under former Governor Christopher “Kit” Bond.

Fine was educated at the Virginia Military Institute and the University of Missouri-Columbia. He served as an officer in the United States Army and Missouri Army National Guard. He is a distinguished graduate and past chairman of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He is a member of the Exchequer Club in Washington D.C., as well as several other professional societies and clubs.

Fine has had opinion pieces published in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The New York Times, USA Today, Politico and The Hill newspapers. Fine has been a guest host on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” several times and has been featured on CNN, MSNBC, Fox Business News, Bloomberg, PBS and NPR. He has been recognized by The Hill newspaper and CEO Update as one of Washington, D.C.'s most influential trade association CEOs and lobbyists for 10 consecutive years.
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Camden Fine joins Jim Blasingame to report on the bi-partisan law that will differentiate small banks so they won’t have to do the same compliance requirements as large banks.
Camden Fine joins Jim Blasingame to report on the direct connection between independent banks and small businesses, plus a report on important new small bank regulatory relief.
Camden Fine joins Jim Blasingame to report on the recent increase in enthusiasm in the marketplace as a result of a feeling that businesses and community banks aren’t going to be assaulted by the government.