Founded in 1989 in the midst of the last bank and savings institution crisis, AABD is devoted to serving the information, education and advocacy needs of individual bank and savings institution directors. A non-profit organization, AABD has members nationwide.
National Capital Office
1250 24th Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20037
Facsimile: (202) 349-8080
Executive Director: David Baris
Founded in 1875, the American Bankers Association represents banks of all sizes and charters and is the voice for the nation's $13 trillion banking industry and its 2 million employees.
ABA marshals the talent, energy and perspectives of its members to bring about positive change. Through an effective collaboration between ABA members and staff, we combine experience and insights, in-depth expertise, unmatched resources and extensive products and resources to make our members more successful. When banks are strong and healthy, their communities and customers thrive.
1120 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20036
BAI is the financial services industry's partner for breakthrough information and intelligence needed to innovate and stay relevant in an evolving marketplace.
For more than 80 years, BAI has focused on advancing the industry by offering unbiased education and research. In addition, we facilitate ongoing industry dialogue through a robust network of financial services professionals, thought leaders, newsmakers, and solutions experts.
BAFT‐IFSA is the association for organizations actively engaged in international transaction banking. It serves as the leading forum for bringing the financial community and its suppliers together to collaborate on shaping market practice, influencing regulation and legislation through global advocacy, developing and adapting new and existing instruments that facilitate the settlement of products and service offerings for clients, providing education and training, and contributing to the safety and soundness of the global financial system.
The Consumer Bankers Association (CBA) is the national trade association for today's leaders in retail banking - banking services geared toward consumers and small businesses.
Most of the nation's largest financial institutions, as well as many regional banks, are CBA corporate members. Our members collectively hold two-thirds of the industry's total assets. Our associate members represent both the premier providers of goods and services to banks, as well as the leading non-bank financial services companies. Member loyalty is reflected in our membership renewal rate, which consistently remains above 90%.
1000 Wilson Blvd., Suite 2500
Arlington, VA 22209-3912
The Council for Electronic Billing and Payment (CEBP) promotes the adoption and usage of electronic consumer, business and government billing and payment programs and services across any delivery channel. The CEBP provides an open forum for education, resource development, solution innovation, research and the exchange of information about the electronic billing and the electronic payment industries.
The first of The Financial Services Roundtable's predecessor organizations, the Association of Reserve City Bankers, was formed in 1912. The 1956 Bank Holding Company Act led to the 1958 formation of another independent organization, the Association of Registered Bank Holding Companies. The two organizations merged in July 1993 and became The Bankers Roundtable in October 1993. The Board of Directors, in a move that reflected profound industry momentum and anticipated Congressional passage of financial modernization legislation, decided in April 1999 to broaden the mission to represent integrated financial service providers. The Board simultaneously strengthened the Roundtable's impact as a "major player" on Capitol Hill and with the regulators. In early 2000, the first members from the securities, investment, and insurance sectors joined their banking brethren as founding members of The Financial Services Roundtable.
The Fiduciary and Investment Risk Management Association, Inc. (FIRMA) is the leading provider of current and relevant fiduciary and investment risk management education and networking opportunities to risk management professionals of banks, trust companies, investment advisors, broker-dealers, insurance companies and other providers of financial services. FIRMA has the objective of providing fiduciary risk managers with the tools and knowledge needed to perform their functions in the rapidly changing financial services landscape.
FIRMA was established in the mid 1980’s as a non-stock, tax-exempt national membership organization, recognizing the specific expertise of Certified Trust Auditors and Certified Trust Compliance Professionals and offering continuing education opportunities to these professionals and others in the industry. FIRMA is amember driven organization with one of its greatest strengths being that the Board and its Committees are comprised of members who play key roles in their institution’s daily management of enterprise risks. This involvement provides FIRMA members with the most relevant information and insights pertaining to the latest issues involving fiduciary and investment management risks. Since its inception,FIRMA has continually expanded its programs, benefits and services to meet the needs of risk management professionals, who encounter diverse issues in the ever-changing fiduciary and investment services industry.
The Independent Community Bankers of America, the nation’s voice for community banks, represents nearly 5,000 community banks of all sizes and charter types throughout the United States and is dedicated exclusively to representing the interests of the community banking industry and the communities and customers we serve.
With nearly 5,000 members, representing more than 20,000 locations nationwide and employing nearly 300,000 Americans, ICBA members hold $1 trillion in assets, $800 billion in deposits, and $700 billion in loans to consumers, small businesses and the agricultural community.
Whether located in small towns, suburbia or big city neighborhoods, community banks grow our towns and cities by funding small business and using local dollars to help families purchase a home, finance college and build financial security.
The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) is the national association representing the real estate finance industry, an industry that employs more than 280,000 people in virtually every community in the country. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., MBA invests in communities across the nation by ensuring the continued strength of the nation's residential and commercial real estate markets; expanding homeownership and extending access to affordable housing to all Americans and supporting financial literacy efforts.
Mortgage Bankers Association
1717 Rhode Island Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Established in 1974, NACHA —The Electronic Payments Association was formed by the California ACH Association, the Georgia Association, the New England ACH Association, and the Upper Midwest ACH Association, to establish uniform operating rules for the exchange of Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments among ACH associations.
13450 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 100
Herndon, VA 20171
Founded in 1914, The Risk Management Association (RMA) f/k/a Robert Morris Associates is a not-for-profit, member-driven professional association whose sole purpose is to advance the use of sound risk principles in the financial services industry. RMA helps banking and nonbanking institutions identify and manage the impacts of credit risk, operational risk, and market risk on their businesses and customers. They achieve that through education, tools and publications, networking, and leadership opportunities.
1801 Market Street, Suite 300
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: 1-800-677-7621 or 215-446-4000
The Society of Financial Examiners is a professional society for examiners of insurance companies, banks, savings and loans, and credit unions. We have a membership of over 1,600 representing 50 states, District of Columbia, Canada, Aruba and Netherlands Antilles. SOFE is the one organization where financial examiners of insurance companies, banks, savings and loans, and credit unions come together for training and to share and exchange information on a formal and informal level.
The Society was established in 1973 to establish a strict code of professional standards for members engaged in the examination of financial institutions, to promote uniform ethical standards that will engender employer and public confidence to the degree that those interested can identify professionally qualified practitioners, and to promote and enforce minimum requirements of conduct, training, and expertise for members engaged in financial examination.
12100 Sunset Hills Rd.
Reston, VA 20190-3221
Phone: (703) 234-4140
Toll Free: (800) 787-SOFE
Fax: (703) 435-4390
Bank Insurance & Securities Association
The Bank Insurance and Securities Association (BISA) was formed in October 2002 as a result of the Bank Securities Association (BSA) and the Financial Institutions Insurance Association (FIIA) merger. It is dedicated to serving those responsible for the marketing, sales and distribution of securities, insurance, and other financial products and advisory services through the bank channel. Member companies include depository institutions of all sizes, their broker/dealer and mutual fund subsidiaries, third-party marketing companies, product manufacturers and firms providing products, technology or services to support these enterprises.
Bank Insurance & Securities Association
2025 M Street, NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036
ph: (202) 367-1111
fax: (202) 367-2111