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CBA Membership

Corporate Membership
CBA’s corporate membership is comprised of retail banks with operations in the United States and assets over $1 billion. Large community banks, mid-size and regional banks, as well as most of the nation's largest financial institutions are CBA corporate members. Benefits of CBA corporate membership include but are not limited to advocacy on Capitol Hill, CBA committee participation, industry news and regulatory analysis, members-only webinars and conference calls, and discounts to the annual CBA LIVE conference and Graduate School of Retail Bank Management. Member loyalty is reflected in our corporate membership renewal rate, which consistently remains above 90 percent.

Associate Membership
CBA associate members are the premier suppliers and providers of goods and services to the financial services industry. CBA provides many valuable opportunities for associate members to gain access to the CBA corporate membership which collectively holds two-thirds of the industry's total assets.

For more information please contact:

Corporate Membership:

Liz Terry
Director of Membership & Corporate Philanthropy
(202) 552-6376

Associate Membership:

Joanna Beaver
Director of Meetings & Associate Membership

(202) 552-6361

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“CBA provides up to the minute information regarding industry trends and best practices. A one stop shop for updated information to compete in this rapidly changing environment.”
– Mark Luppi, Executive Vice President, Head of Business Banking, HSBC Bank USA, N.A. and Chair, CBA Small Business Banking Committee

“The connections made with other industry leaders are tremendous in dealing with the issues we are facing. These connections are beneficial in solving problems, and knowing that you are not the only one dealing with certain issues. The contacts made through CBA, in many cases, become personal friends”
- Mark Smith, Executive Vice President, Specialty Lending, SunTrust Bank, Inc. and Chair, CBA Education Funding Committee

“CBA provides a safe environment for banks to share challenges, and develop solutions for retail banking”
- Stephen Hicks, Senior Vice President, Retail/Consumer Compliance, Bank of America, CBA Fair and Responsible Banking Committee