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  • Georgia Banking School: May 7-12GBA's Georgia Banking School is an unrivaled, unique growth opportunity for qualified, highly-motivated bankers.


  • The Directors Education Series The 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-BulletinFeb. 17: Sen. Perdue Introduces CFPB Accountability Bill; Tailored Regulation Bill Reintroduced in D.C.; GBA Committee Process Underway--Deadline is March 31 and more...
  • GBA E-Legislative UpdateFeb 17: General Assembly Passes Halfway Point; GBA Priority Bill Passes House; Senate Banking Committee Reports Save, Earn, Win Bill and more...
  • Georgia Banking UpdateJan. 2017 Issue: Facts, Figures and Issues Important to Georgia Banks.
  • GBA-U EdgeFeb 2017: At GBA University, career bankers at any level can find an educational experience to fit their needs.

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GBA Member Profile

Pinnacle Bank’s Amanda Marunich got a job as a bank customer service representative right out of college and that was when her career path was set. “I decided at that point that I loved serving my customers and serving my community in the banking industry,” says Marunich, vice president and HR Manager. Learn more about her 17-year banking career in this week’s GBA member profile >>>


Q3 Profits on the Rise for Georgia Banks

Georgia’s 187 state-based FDIC insured banks earned $2.3 billion in the first nine months of 2016, an increase of 6 percent over the same period in 2015. Total deposits, loans and assets all increased from the third quarter in 2015. The 180 banks in Georgia that the FDIC defines as Community Banks saw a 20 percent increase in same-quarter earnings, 10 percent growth in loans and 7 percent deposit growth. Here are more highlights for Georgia-based banks from the FDIC’s announced results >>>