1220 West Third St.
Little Rock, AR 72201
Contact: Derek Rudkin
9220 North Kelley Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73131
Contact: Carolyn Snyder
The Community Bankers Association of Oklahoma is a member-driven trade association. It is funded by the membership dues of community
banks owned or chartered in the State of Oklahoma. Voting membership is not open to large, out-of-state mega-banks, even if they operate
branches in Oklahoma. CBAO allows bankers to collectively accomplish many goals that would normally be unattainable with only the efforts of an
individual banker or individual bank. CBAO fights proactively for legislation that would level the playing field for community banking, while at the
same time maintaining a strong defense against costly and burdensome regulations. Since CBAO only allows community banks into membership, 100% of
priority issues are on behalf of the community banking industry.
1700 Rio Grande, Suite 100
Austin, TX 78701
Contact: Julie Courtney
IBAT provides educational training specific to community banking. Our goal is to meet the community banker needs with a variety of different delivery methods.
Customized In-house Programs (Cluster Programs)
Online Training Programs
Comments & Questions
If you would like to comment or suggest educational topics or if you have questions about this information,
please call our Education/Training Department. Julie Courtney, CMP at (800) 749-4228 or E-mail email@example.com.
7770 Jefferson N.E., Suite 430
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Contact: Debbie Schaefer
643 N.E. 41st St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Contact: Janis Reeser
Professional development plays a vital role in banking today. When bankers are well-trained for their jobs, everyone wins
- the bankers, their banks, shareholders and, of course, customers.
Recognizing the critical importance of training, the Oklahoma Bankers Association offers an extensive lineup of seminars and
schools covering almost every area of bank operations. If you have any questions or would like an application form, please
contact Janis Reeser, OBA Director of Education, at 405-424-5252 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact Nancy McKinnis at
the same phone number or email@example.com if you would like to have information faxed to you.
203 W. 10th St.
Austin, TX 78701
Contact: Kathy Box
Providing the ultimate in banking services depends on the consistent performance of skilled and knowledgeable personnel. In an industry
subject to rapid, unpredictable change, TBA members count on their association to offer the latest in education and training.
In the last 20 years, technical, sales, compliance and product training has expanded to more than 150 seminars, five conferences and
nine banking schools each year. TBA’s Educational Products and Services area continues to develop the latest in reference manuals, video
training, PC-based training, security products and in-house training programs.
550 Montgomery Street, Suite 600
San Francisco, CA 94111
Contact: Judie Peterson
WIB offers more than 100 educational programs covering a wide range of community banking topics. Their seminars are priced with the
budget concerns of community bankers in mind. Their programs provide an extremely high value for the fees charged. Members’ registration
fees for most programs are discounted 25-40% over non-members. One of the reasons for their ongoing growth in attendance is the reputation
and popularity of our peer group sessions at many of our seminars. The opportunity to meet with other bankers for informal, yet structured
discussions is invaluable.