The Value of GBA Membership

As a member of the Georgia Bankers Association, you're part of one of the largest and most esteemed partnership of resources and leadership in the country. 

We're the state's financial center of learning. A hub of interaction. The resource that empowers.

Here, contemporary thought meets classic wisdom, defining a new standard of banking. Along with a collection of vital services, the GBA offers a tradition of unmatched accessibility to a wealth of industry resources.

This is where a multitude of members converge to share ideas and gain financial empowerment, emerging as a collective, dominant force in Georgia and beyond.

Tap into the strength. Network with Georgia's strongest bankers. Connect to the pulse of the future of banking.

Qualification for Membership

Any bank, trust company or thrift institution which is engaged in the business of accepting deposits and making loans (the "banking business") in the State of Georgia under the supervision of either the Comptroller of the Currency of the United States, the Commissioner of the Department of Banking and Finance of the State of Georgia, or the Office of Thrift Supervision, any institution which is a bank holding company as defined in 12 C.F.R. § 225.2(c), as amended from time to time, pursuant to the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, and a thrift holding company as defined in 12 C.F.R. §583.20, as amended from time to time, which owns a bank, trust company or thrift institution engaged in the banking business in Georgia shall be eligible for membership in the Corporation.  Any such institution may become a Member of the Corporation by making written application to the Corporation.

Qualification for Associate Membership

Banks, bank holding companies, thrift institutions and thrift holding companies not engaged in the banking business in the State of Georgia, non‑bank subsidiaries of bank holding companies and allied businesses may, upon written application in a form required by the Board of Directors, be elected by the Board to Associate Membership in the Corporation.  Associate Members shall enjoy those privileges expressly permitted to them by the Board and shall pay such dues and comply with such rules as the Board may prescribe.

How to Become a GBA Member

For information about bank membership, contact Joe Brannen, 404.420.2026, or David Oliver, 404.420.2036.

For Associate Membership information, click here.