VBA publications and e-newsletters are a vital source of information for members of the Virginia Bankers Association. To find out more, click on the links below. Please contact Chandler Owdom with questions.
Virginia Banking is the official publication of the Virginia Bankers Association, whose mission is to enhance the ability of its members to compete effectively and profitably in the marketplace. Virginia Banking is read by CEOs, presidents, directors and other senior managers. The magazine is published bi-monthly and is circulated to more than 10,500 recipients.
The executive brief is written by VBA President & CEO, Bruce Whitehurst, and is emailed bi-weekly to more than 1,000 recipients. The executive brief includes information on the headline issues relevant to the banking industry, updates on committee meetings, and VBA events.
The Virginia Bankers Association has served as the organized voice for the Commonwealth’s banking industry since 1893 providing solutions to aid in resolving differences, unifying efforts, and accomplishing objectives otherwise not achievable. The VBA represents all Virginia state and commercial banks from the smallest to the largest and works to represent the issues and activities that are of utmost importance to the banking industry.
For Your Benefit
For Your Benefits is a bi-weekly newsletter distributed by the VBA Benefits Corporation, providing tips, articles and information on wellness and the benefits plans the Corporation offers VBA members.
This bulletin is a weekly communication during the General Assembly Session sent to members to keep them updated on all pending legislation that would impact banking.
This bulletin is distributed monthly and identifies recent regulatory proposals by federal government agencies that impact the banking industry.
This survey is a valuable management tool used by the vast majority of Virginia banks to help set compensation levels. Data on 70 job positions is presented in three categories: state-wide, region, and asset group. The Employee Benefits and Director Compensation sections cover incentive pay, vacation/sick leave, and medical benefits. Participation and purchase of survey results are limited to VBA member banks only. Click below for the order form or contact Amy Binns at the VBA with questions (804) 819-4726.
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