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Regulatory Compliance Resource Center

Recent unprecedented legislative and regulatory activity poses significant challenges for banks of all sizes. The VBA works hard to provide resources to help you do business in this new environment.

 

Compliance Education

The VBA offers a variety of compliance education throughout the year.

Compliance Publications

The VBA distributes several compliance and regulatory publications to member banks.

 

Compliance Endorsed Providers and Associate Members

The VBA has a broad network of endorsed providers and associate members providing compliance services to VBA member banks.

Grassroot Advocacy

Success on the legislative front largely depends on the efforts of VBA member bankers. Each year, thousands of Virginia Bankers participate in the VBA's grassroots efforts from Legislative Meetings and Banker Day to the Washington Visit and VBA BankPAC. But there is always more to be done. It’s important for bankers to stay involved in grassroots in order to continue to advance the legislative agenda.

 

VBA Committees

The purpose of VBA committees is to provide input to the VBA on matters affecting the banking industry and the committee’s functional area of banking, provide input to VBA’s professional development division on training needs of their functional area, provide a forum for exchange of ideas and for networking that will benefit each committee member and his/her bank, and identify possible legislative and/or regulatory issues on which the VBA should focus as the banking industry’s advocate.

Commonwealth of Virginia Laws, Regulations and Bank Regulators

Links to the Virginia Law Portal, Virginia Bureau of Financial Institutions, Virginia State Corporation Commission, the Virginia General Assembly and more.

 

United States Laws, Regulations and Bank Regulators

Important links to information from the FDIC, OCC, CFPB and the Federal Reserve.

Other Regulatory and Compliance Links

Links to the Federal Trade Commission, U.S. Securities Exchange Commission, NMLS Resource Center and the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.