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How to Become a Corporate Member

For more information regarding CBA corporate membership or to be added to the CBA membership mailing list please contact:

Liz Terry
Director of Membership & Corporate Philanthropy
(202) 552-6376
lterry@cbanet.org

CBA Corporate Membership

Benefits of CBA Corporate Membership

CBA stands apart from other bank trade associations by focusing exclusively on retail banking, allowing deep coverage of all retail-related issues (such as the creation and progress of the CFPB). CBA has provided lobbying/advocacy, educational and networking opportunities to the industry for over 90 years.

Advocacy
CBA's Government Relations department is the voice of its membership in the nation's capital on retail banking issues--both legislative and regulatory. We have strong relationships with the Federal Reserve Board, the OCC, and FDIC, and now the CFPB. Because of our focus and expertise on retail banking products and services, CBA is well positioned to be the primary industry resource on the CFPB.

CBA is involved with actively lobbying on Capitol Hill on behalf of the industry, and we certainly don’t do this alone. The CBA government relations team regularly recruits representatives from our member banks to join us on the Hill to provide real-life, on-the-ground insight into the possible effects of pending legislation or regulation.

In relation to our lobbying efforts, CBA’s Day at the Bank program brings legislators into bank branches in their districts or states to experience firsthand the complexities involved in running a bank.

Committees
The backbone of CBA is our committee structure. CBA has 10 primary committees focusing on: Automobile Finance, the CFPB, Community Reinvestment, Deposits & Payments, Default Management, Education Funding, Digital Channels, Fair Lending, Home Equity and Small Business Banking. These committees include heads of the respective departments from CBA member banks. They meet monthly by conference call and twice a year in person to hear from key regulators. CBA members regularly report CBA committee participation is the greatest value they receive from their membership.

Discounts to CBA LIVE and the Graduate School of Retail Bank Management
CBA members receive an $800 discount off the non-member registration price for CBA LIVE, and member banks are eligible for further discounts for sending groups of 5, 10, or 15 attendees.

CBA members also receive a $500 discount for each student that attends the The Graduate School of Retail Bank Management (GSRBM). CBA’s new and popular In-Bank Training program also has significant discounts for member banks.

News and Analysis
The CBA Weekly Report is sent out every Friday to all CBA members. This report covers all newsworthy retail banking related events and developments that occurred during the week or are on the immediate horizon.

CBA SmartBrief is the best daily digest of news for the retail banking industry delivered right to your inbox. You can sign-up for your free subscription here.

Members-Only Conference Calls & Webinars
CBA hosts webinars and conference calls as a members-only benefit. A schedule can be found on the CBA website and email invitations are sent to each member registered in the CBA database.


CBA Corporate Member Directory
Click here to see the full list of CBA Corporate Members

How to Become a Corporate Member
For more information regarding CBA corporate membership or to be added to the CBA membership mailing list please contact:

Liz Terry
Director of Membership & Corporate Philanthropy
(202) 552-6376
lterry@cbanet.org