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  • Compensation & Benefits Survey2017 Report Highlights: 135 Georgia bank jobs surveyed, director compensation, salary increases, other benefit information and more.


  • Leadership Conference: July 17-20The purpose of the annual Leadership Conference is to promote leadership development, create networking opportunities, and educate emerging bank leaders about the legislative process.

  • GBA E-BulletinJune 23: Proctor installed as 128th GBA Chairman; Drews Outlines State of the Industry & Association at Annual Meeting; Magazine Chooses Hometown GA Banker for Inaugural Issue Feature and more...
  • GBA E-Legislative UpdateMarch 31: Georgia General Assembly Adjourns Sine Die; GBA Priority Bills Awaiting Governor Deal’s Signature and more...
  • Georgia Banking UpdateMay-June 2017 Issue: Facts, Figures and Issues Important to Georgia Banks.
  • GBA-U EdgeJune 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

Heath Fountain got into banking through his early career as a CPA doing audits for banks. That eventually led to becoming a financial advisor at the bank, and now he’s president and CEO of Planters First Bank in Cordele. If that doesn’t pan out for him, maybe he can fall back on a handyman business. “I really like building things. I enjoy working with my hands and I am a decent carpenter, plumber and electrician,” he says in this week’s GBA member profile when asked what people may not know about him. Fountain is also GBA’s Group 3 board member. Learn more about Fountain here >>>


Georgia Banks’ Earnings up 6.2 Percent in Q1

Georgia’s 181 FDIC-insured financial institutions earned $764 million during the first quarter of this year, up 6.2 percent over the same period in 2016. Loan growth was modest at 2.4 percent, and deposits were up 4.2 percent. Also of note from the latest information released Wednesday from the FDIC, a higher percentage of the state’s banks, 97 percent, were profitable compared to the national average, 96 percent. Here are more highlights for Georgia-based banks from the FDIC’s announced results >>>