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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.
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.
Banking and Economic Update
The California Bankers Association and Beacon Economics Release California Banking and Economic Study
CBA and Beacon Economics have joined together to commission the California “Banking and Economic Update,” a report that examines important issues that currently affect California’s banking industry and overall economy. The report is authored by Chris Thornberg, Ph.D., founding partner, and Jordan Levine, economist and director of economic research, of Beacon Economics.
Foreclosure Reform in California: An Economic Analysis
California ‘Homeowner Bill of Rights’ Harms Current and Future Homeowners, New Study Finds
The vast majority of California homeowners will not be helped by several foreclosure and mortgage reform bills currently making their way through the state Legislature, according to a study released today by a consortium of financial services organizations.
Elder financial abuse is a growing problem and many times bankers are the first and only line of defense against this abuse. CBA has produced this video to educate bankers about the warning signs of elder financial abuse and steps they can take when encountering this issue.
Fake check scams, in which consumers are lured into accepting genuine-looking phony checks or money orders and sending cash somewhere in return, are of growing concern. The Consumer Federation of America has provided some resources to protect you and your customers from these scams. Click here for the full list of fake check resources provided by CFA.
Preventing ID Theft brochure is a consumer-focused information piece that provides consumers helpful information on how to protect one’s personal information from ID thieves and also what to do if a consumer suspects he or she is already a victim.
CBA has developed the attached data security statement stuffers for use with your customers. The stuffers have been provided in a single color (blue, black or red) as well as in two different sizes regular (5.5 inches by 3 inches) and small (5 inches by 2.5 inches).
Please feel free to download the materials, add your company logo and copy as needed.
The population of older Americans is growing at a significant pace, and financial abuse of elders and dependent adults is on the rise. In 2002, 250,000 cases of vulnerable adult abuse were reported in California, with approximately 40% identified as financial abuse.