Join Us the Week of September 21st for the Southeast Regional
Virtual Washington Fly-In!
Join fellow bankers and industry leaders from across the
Southeast for a virtual meeting with agency leadership and
lawmakers. In partnership with VBA, American Bankers Associations
(ABA) is hosting this year’s Washington Fly-in to ensure policies
crucial to the banking industry remain front and center, and to
provide a forum for critical questions from your bank.
This speaker series, brought to you by five states (DE, MD, PA,
VA and WV) will replace the 2020 CEO Forum.
Each month, from July-December, registrants will receive a link
to log in to a virtual session with nationally recognized
speakers providing relevant and timely content geared
specifically to bank CEOs and other senior leaders.
The responsibility and liability of the Bank Director is ever
increasing. Providing your Directors with training to help them
through the complexities of today’s banking environment is
critical. The Virginia Bankers Association is offering a series
of monthly, 30–minute training modules geared to your directors.
These programs have been developed in consultation with a highly
respected group of banking industry experts. Your subscription to
this series will assist you with the responsibility to educate
those who serve on your Board.
The Directors’ Symposium, co-sponsored by the Virginia Association of Community Banks, provides bank board members with current data, thought-provoking industry trends and networking opportunities with other directors and regulators. The program is designed to benefit both new directors and seasoned veterans on the Board.
The 2020 event has been postponed to spring of 2021.
In June of this year, we were planning on celebrating our 127th Annual Convention at The Breakers together with our bank members, associate members, endorsed providers and other industry partners. Great professional and family traditions have been formed during this time together every year. The only time we’ve missed having an annual convention was in 1945. Those were special circumstances and incredibly similar in some ways, albeit for a very different reason: non-essential travel restrictions connected to war rationing.