Become a Member
CBA is your long term assurance. What if you had the ability to shape the environment in which you live, and watch it develop under your responsible, protective guidance? CBA gives your bank that opportunity… CBA’s members shape the banking landscape.
Our Mission: CBA advocates economic opportunities for all Coloradans through a sound and competitive banking environment by advocating supportive public policy, and enhancing banking's skills, image and unity.
This is your outlet to fix the problems or provide improvements that would be improbable alone. Our work (your membership) helps bring proactive change and efficiency to your bank by: Dissuading unnecessary expenses and inefficiencies – especially by blocking objectionable state legislation. Educating the public and your customers on the most important issues of the day. Advocating positive public news and events, highlighting positive banking efforts. Providing your workforce with specific professional development opportunities and training. Keeping you and your employees up to date on how bank related “news of the day” affects your bank. Creating an environment where your customers, your bank and our communities can thrive.
Interested in joining our ranks? Contact Brandon Knudtson, Director of Membership, to learn more, at 303-825-1575.
Do you offer Services or Products to Banks? We Can Help…
Utilize our niche and maximize your reach to bankers throughout the state. CBA is the banking industry – bankers rely on us, and you can too. Some companies want to increase their services, reputation and brand awareness within the banking industry. CBA’s unique position gives your company the opportunity to reach the 141 banks and 21,000+ employees in an efficient, direct, reputable way that is not available anywhere else.
Want more info on Associate Membership? Contact Mike Bintner, director of education and events, by e-mail or at 303-825-1575.
Colorado Banker Magazine Media Kit
CBA's Annual Report to the Community
Kevin Erickson of Independent Bank, a CBA board member, explains the value of CBA
NBH's Mark Abell, a Center for Bank Advocacy graduate, explains the value of CBA
Alpine Bank President Margo Young-Gardey (now retired) explains her longevity in membership
John Ikard, former president of FirstBank, explains why the bank is a CBA member