CBA is excited to announce a new lineup of conferences and topical educational programming in 2017, under CBA’s new Professional Development department. Our signature programs provide annual updates for California bankers on hot topics, emerging trends, current and pending legislation, new products and services and innovative ways to enhance profitability and reduce risk. They provide an invaluable opportunity to network with peers and stay current on important issues affecting our rapidly changing industry.
Each year, thousands of bankers take advantage of these forums for learning, networking and exchange of ideas. With significant member rate discounts available, professional development programs offered through CBA are a tremendous value.
CBA also offers a suite of online training courses which teach a variety of topics in an interactive and collaborative format.
New for 2017
As an incentive to check out our new offerings, we invite you to take advantage of our 2017 Program Passport, which allows you to choose three programs for your employees to attend next year and save 20 percent off of each program registration rate.
CBA’s only program exclusively for member bank presidents and CEOs. Senior leaders of California banks are invited to attend and share in informative sessions to discuss the ever-changing landscape of the financial services arena at the beautiful Four Seasons Biltmore in Santa Barbara.
*Please note our new schedule. Board activities will begin on Wednesday, January 10, and regularprogramming will begin Thursday, January 11. All registered guest are welcome to attend the Dessert and Nightcap Reception on Wednesday evening.
In 2018, CBA is combining two highly-valued conferences to offer the new Lenders and Credit Officers Conference. Join your fellow chief lending officers, chief credit officers, credit administrators, loan administrators and senior lenders to hear key industry updates in the credit and lending arena where you will meet face-to-face with regulators, economists and inspiring speakers.
The combined conference will provide a unique opportunity for lending and credit professionals from across the state to meet, exchange information and address shared challenges.
Designed to inspire and empower women bankers, the eleventh annual Women in Banking Forum offers participants an understanding that success can be achieved at any level given the right tools and knowledge.