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  • Learn More About Our New Overnight Delivery Discount Program from UPS

  • The Directors Education SeriesThe Directors Education Series™ is a monthly release of training modules focused on the role and expectations of the bank director's conduct, duties and liabilities.

  • GBA E-BulletinJuly 29: Congress Hearing Our Pleas for Tailored Regulation; New Leadership GBA Executive Committee Elected; New USDA Cotton Support Program Announced and more...
  • GBA E-Legislative UpdateMarch 25: Session results: Two priority bills pass and await Gov.'s signature. More than 75 bills monitored. See all the details from the 2016 session.
  • Georgia Banking UpdateJune 2016 Issue: Facts, Figures and Issues Important to Georgia Banks.
  • GBA-U EdgeJune 2016: At GBA University, career bankers at any level can find an educational experience to fit their needs.

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Athens First Bank & Trust’s Bill Inabinet waited tables in college, and he says there’s an interesting dynamic at work in that job that taught him an important leadership lesson. “Not only was I the guest's liaison with the kitchen, but also the kitchen's liaison with the guest. This meant that I had to keep everybody happy or at least find ways not to make them mad. In banking, we fight similar battles and many times, I've learned, how you say something is more important than what you say,” he said. Inabinet was installed July 18 as the Leadership GBA President for 2016-2017. Read about Inabinet’s 10-year banking career, his perspectives on bringing new talent to banking and more>>

GA Banks Starting Strong in 2016

Georgia-based banks earned $720 million in Q1. Total deposits, loans and assets were also up. See our complete FDIC quarterly analysis here >>