Thank you to all of our 2018 participant banks, for your contribution to our industry, through the CBA Compensation & Benefits Benchmark Survey!
Can you believe it? A year has passed and it’s sign-up time again?
In April, we will distribute our Survey Questionnaire for your participation in the 2019 California Bankers Association Compensation & Benchmark Survey Questionnaire.
CBA’s 2018 Annual Legislative and Regulatory Summary provides an analysis and first-hand account of the advocacy efforts CBA engaged in on behalf of our members this year, and the result is a demonstration of the extensive range and depth of the state and federal legislative, regulatory and judicial activities that directly impact banking.
Learn more information about the key banking issues at the federal level.
Credit unions were established in the 1930s for the purpose of providing credit to people of modest means. In order to support that mission, credit unions were granted federal income tax-exempt status. Unfortunately, the credit union industry today is no longer serving that purpose, a fact supported by several Government Accountability Office studies, which have found that traditional banks, not credit unions, are the financial institutions serving the greater proportion of low- and moderate-income households — people of modest means.
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Welcome to the CBA Federal Government Relations section, where you’ll find the latest information on federal banking legislation. In addition, you can find information about federal legislative alerts. Much of the information on this page is available to members only.
California Banker is a bi-monthly magazine covering a range of issues affecting the banking industry and the CBA including:
- State and federal government legislative activities
- Technical advice on regulatory issues
- Analysis of California’s business and economic climate
- Features by prominent industry, government and community leaders
- Feature stories highlighting banking issues
- Upcoming industry events
View our electronic version of the publication here.
For information on advertising in the California Banker magazine, please view our advertising rate card.