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Soar to new career heights in the Mile High City—Denver, Colorado. While you supercharge your bank marketing skills, take some time to explore picturesque mountain views, a wide array of microbreweries and artistic, urban adventures.

Stay in the Heart of Denver

Located one block from the 16th Street Mall, the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center offers a stylish stay in downtown Denver. Guests enjoy access to the Peaks Lounge, the highest-rising lounge in the city, with spectacular Rocky Mountain views. Book soon—the conference rate ends August 25.

Hotel & Venue

Hyatt Regency Denver
650 15th Street
Denver, CO  80202

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COVID-19 Requirements

In response to the evolving nature of the pandemic and to offer additional flexibility to conference attendees, ABA will now accept proctored antigen covid tests dated within 48 hours of the event. Effective April 28, 2022, ABA is requiring all conference participants to provide ONE of the following: 

  • Proof of vaccination


  • PCR test dated within 48 hours of the event


Proctored Antigen Covid test (e.g. BinaxNOW Ag Card Test, Ellume Test) dated within 48 hours of the event. Please note that Antigen tests cannot be self-administered and self-read. Only tests proctored or observed by a healthcare provider will be accepted. Test results must be reported by provider to the conference attendee in writing and shared with ABA staff upon arrival at the event. Please contact [email protected] if you have questions about how to report your Antigen test results. 

ABA events use the CLEAR Health Pass app to facilitate the reporting of vaccinations or negative PCR test results. More information on how to use the app will be shared as the event dates approach. 

Additionally, masks are encouraged during all conference-related events but are optional. Local conditions vary, and ABA will adapt as needed—following local public health requirements to inform decisions and responding appropriately thereafter.

Keep Me Informed

Get updates on the Bank Marketing Conference as we develop this year's program. Contact John Capotosto if you have any questions.