ABA Membership Opportunities

​Many of ABA's unmatched resources are available for free.  Every bank employee has access to members-only information and expertise.

 

 ABA Bank Institution Memberships

 

US Domestic Banks
ABA membership comprises financial institutions of all sizes and types. The majority of ABA’s members are banks with less than $250 million in assets. No matter what the focus of your bank's business might be, ABA offers resources and expertise to help you succeed in the most challenging climate. Learn about ABA member benefits. For more information contact Bonita Jones at 202-663-5180.

International Banks - BAFT
BAFT, an ABA subsidiary, is a financial trade association representing financial institutions and suppliers actively engaged in international transaction banking. To learn more, go to BAFT’s website, call 202-663-7575 or email info@baft.org.

 

Insurance Institutions - ABIA
ABIA, a subsidiary of ABA, is the leading trade association for banks selling insurance products and services. To learn more, visit the ABIA website or contact Jennifer Hatten at 202-663-5172.

 

 ABA Service Membership

 

Service Membership
ABA Service Membership is designed for non banks and other service providers. If you're interested in recognition, access and exposure to the banking industry, ABA Service Membership delivers.  Learn more about Service Membership.  For more information, contact Krista Donlon at 202-663-5127.

 

 ABA Subsidiary Individual Memberships

 

ABA Marketing Network
The ABA Marketing Network is the premier organization for financial marketing. Bringing together the brightest bank marketing professionals who are ready and willing to share their challenges, resources and successes. Learn more about the ABA Marketing Network. For more information, call 1-800-BANKERS or email marketingnetwork@aba.com.

Institute of Certified Bankers (ICB)
ICB is a national association of certified professionals in the financial services industry. The ICB is a non-profit, independent corporation that is sponsored by the American Bankers Association (ABA). ICB is dedicated to promoting excellence and professionalism in all parts of the industry. Visit ICB's website. For more information, call 202-663-5092 or email icb@aba.com.​

​Questions? Please contact Bonita Jones for more information.