Banking Associations and Bankers' Associations are professional associations of banks and bankers that address their common interests. In some jurisdictions activity is primarily lobbying, in others it involves drafting common standards for the retail or wholesale markets.
AABD serves the information, education and advocacy needs of individual bank and savings institution directors. Contains recommended reading list, telephone seminars, and information about the Institute for Bank Director Education.
Nationwide association based in Washington D.C., with news, industry and legislative issues, online courses and consumer information.
AFSA is the national trade association for market funded providers of financial services to consumers and small businesses.
Provides news, job listings and resources for financial institutions in the U.S. and the Middle East.
ACAMS recommended speakers and consultants, recent news and events, and information for members including a weekly column.
Articles on auto finance, fair lending, privacy issues, and sub-prime lending.
Rules and regulations governing the ACH electronic-payment network, forthcoming conferences, and brochures on risk management.
FIRMA certification programs, career opportunities for compliance and audit specialists, and other information for risk management professionals.
Formerly The Bankers Roundtable, itself formed by a merger in 1993 of the Association of Reserve City Bankers and the Association of Registered Bank Holding Companies, the FSR lobbies for the large integrated financial companies.
Formed in 1978 under the sponsorship of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the FXC includes representatives of major financial institutions engaged in FX trading in the USA.
Password-protected site assisting member banks in protecting themselves against non-credit losses. Arranged by the Florida Bankers Association, though covering many states.
An educational and business association for Greek-Americans in the financial services industry.
Vendor directory, regulatory and legislative news and views, and a list of state associations affiliated with the ICBA.
Founded in 1966, the Institute is the only national association devoted exclusively to representing and advancing the interests of the international banking community in the United States.
Develops standard settlement and operational procedures, market practices, and other mechanisms to more efficiently trade the increasing volume of par and distressed bank debt.
Consumer planning tools and home-buying tips, detailed regulatory information, and an explanation of the MBAA's opposition to a centralized Federal do-not-call anti-telemarketer register.
With a history of the association and of the attached school.
Representing companies that participate in the mortgage lending industry within North and South Carolina.
MISMO maintains voluntary electronic commerce standards for the mortgage industry. Specifications of current and previous standards.
Trade organization for minority and women-owned financial institutions. Its purpose is to serve as an advocate for the MWOBs on legislative and regulatory matters concerning and affecting its members and the communities they serve;
Promotes marine lending by educating current and prospective lenders in marine financing procedures, and by seeking new marine lenders.
Helping the personal and professional development of members through education and networking.
Publications on loan and credit management, lending, and administration, as well as information on the lending of securities.
Association of leading silver mining houses, refiners, bullion suppliers, manufacturers of silver products and wholesalers of silver investment products.
Covering Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. Features a calendar of forthcoming events, and pictures of recent social happenings.
Serving community-oriented banks and savings and loans in the Western states. Job bank and a list of sponsored products.
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