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  • Women in Banking Conference

    Learn, grow, and share with your colleagues in the banking industry Aug. 11-12 at Chateau Elan.

  • Compliance Conference

    Georgia’s premier conference for bank compliance professionals, Oct. 19-21 at the Westin Jekyll Island.

  • President/CEO, Bank Counsel and Bank Accountant Conferences

    Conferences for top-management skill-building and connections will be Sept. 25-27 at The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee.

  • Opening New Accounts Documentation and Compliance Seminar

    Customized to Georgia law, this full-day workshop Sept. 13 in Macon teaches essential new account opening procedures

Education
& Training

In-Person and Virtual Offerings
Through GBA-U, career bankers at any level can find an educational experience to fit their needs. Check out our career development program.

GBA
e-Bulletin

Aug. 12, 2022
Two-Pronged Advocacy Against Durbin Card Routing Bill, Women in Banking Conference Gets Underway, Bank Accountant Section Board Meets and More.

GBA-U
Edge

August 2022
GBA University offers training opportunities for career bankers at all levels and areas of expertise. See upcoming in-person and online training opportunities in the current edition here.

Legislative
Update

April 5, 2022:
Published weekly when the Georgia General Assembly is in session, this is the most comprehensive guide to banking issues in play at the Gold Dome. See the current edition here.

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Career Center

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Member Profile

During her 40-plus-year career in banking, First National Bank of Griffin COO Jackie Page of has seen plenty of change. She learned early on that the best way to make it in the banking industry is to embrace those changes head on. She also was taught the importance of leading by example when it comes to managing employees. Page serves on the GBA’s Women in Banking Committee. Check out Page's full GBA Member Profile here to learn more about some of her favorite professional stories and pastimes.

See the archive of GBA Member Profiles here.