Brazos Valley Bankers Association
The Brazos Valley Bankers Association [BVBA] is a regional association for bankers living and working in the southeast region of Texas, between Austin and Houston. There are no geographic restrictions, and all bankers are welcome. However, most of the groups meetings and activities take place in a central location like Brenham.
The BVBA’s primary goal is to create a closer relationship between all the member bankers, both from a social and business standpoint. The group also offers college scholarships to the children of bankers. Meetings are held quarterly, usually somewhere around Brenham. A speaker or educational opportunity is provided for the members at most of these meetings, and all meetings have a social function as well.
Dallas Area Compliance Association
The saying goes “Necessity is the mother of invention,” and that is exactly what inspired the creation of the Dallas Area Compliance Association (DACA). For more information about DACA, please visit their website.
Heart of Texas Compliance Officers
The Heart of Texas Compliance Officers (HOTCO) is an unincorporated association dedicated to assisting any and all interested bank and credit union employees in Central Texas with compliance education and networking. HOTCO was created in 2015 and meets four times annually in Pflugerville, Texas.
Anyone from a Texas financial institution is welcome to attend HOTCO meetings, but HOTCO emails invitations to financial institutions in the following counties: Austin, Bastrop, Bell, Blanco, Brazos, Burleson, Burnet, Caldwell, Colorado, Coryell, Falls, Fayette, Hamilton, Hays, Lee, Milam, Lampasas, Llano, Robertson, Travis, Washington and Williamson.
For more information contact Shannon Phillips at email@example.com or 512-275-2221.
Financial Women in Texas (FWIT)
Financial Women in Texas (FWIT) brings together women in the financial services industry for the exchange of ideas, experiences and interests. We want to further the meaningful professions or careers of our members and women in general. We encourage women to choose financial services as a career and work to advance the career opportunities for all women in the financial services industry. FWIT serves as an advocate of and to promote improvements in the professional development, leadership skills, education and training of women in the financial services industry.
The objectives and purposes of FWIT are:
- To bring together women in the financial services industry for the exchange of ideas, experiences and interests.
- To further the meaningful professions or careers of its members and women in general.
- To encourage women to choose financial services as a career and to advance the career opportunities for all women in the financial services industry.
- To serve as an advocate of, and to promote improvements in the professional development, leadership skills, education and training of women in the financial services industry.
Northeast Texas Bankers Association
The Northeast Texas Bankers Association is a Regional group of members consisting of community banks and financial institutions, their officers and employees, providing a means for networking and feedback as well as direct and timely contact with our industry, state and national leaders.
For more information, please contact Barry Smith, President, Northeast Texas Bankers Association at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016 Upcoming Events
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For information about the upcoming events, please contact Sheila Donnelly.
San Antonio Area Bankers Compliance Association
South Central Texas Bankers Association
Shalor Townzen, First National Bank of Eagle Lake
Jay Weishuhn, National Bank & Trust, La Grange
Kathleen Townzen, First National Bank of Eagle Lake
Upcoming Meeting Dates
The following meetings have been scheduled for 2017. Please make plans to join us at Frank's Restaurant in Schulenburg on:
- January 10, 2017
- April 11, 2017
- October 10, 2017
All meetings are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.
For information about SCTBA please contact Christine Siegel at email@example.com.
South Plains Bankers Association
SPBA currently includes thirty member banks across the South Plains and welcomes any and all bankers or financial services professionals from the surrounding area. For more information on meetings, dues or any other questions, please contact Judy Helm at 806-775-5010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit our website for more information.