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OBA's Annual Washington Visit scheduled

June 27, 2016

The OBA's Annual Washington Visit has been scheduled for Sept. 11-13 and the hotel will be the Mayflower. Registration information should be hitting your bank shortly, but you can also download the registration and information form, and get more info on the hotel, by clicking here.

If you have any questions, contact Adrian Beverage at the OBA.

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Free senior fraud conferences being held across state

A number of free fraud conferences, geared toward senior citizens and featuring the OBA's Elaine Dodd, will be held across the state during the next two months.

Bankers might be interested in these events as topics include Medicare fraud, insurance fraud, investment fraud and banking fraud.

The events are held at multiple locations, including June 14 in Clinton, June 22 in Oklahoma City, June 28 in Muskogee, July 7 in Sulphur, July 12 in Tulsa, July 13 in Miami, July 19 in Woodward and July 27 in Norman.

Click here for more information!


2017 Calendar orders now being taken

The OBA's 2017 Oklahoma Views & Vistas calendar will feature beautiful photos of the great state of Oklahoma submitted by Oklahoma bankers and their families. These calendars are being offered exclusively to OBA member banks.

Your bank's name and logo can be printed on each calendar ordered for an eye-catching display in your customer's homes and businesses year-round.

What a great way to promote your bank while thanking your customers for their business. The OBA logo is also used throughout the calendar to emphasize the strength and security of Oklahoma's banking industry.

Click here to access the order form. Orders will not be accepted after Sep. 15, 2016.


OBA president to Congress: Over-regulation harms small banks, communities

Excessive regulation is making it more difficult for the nation's community banks to aid their customers, particularly in small, rural communities, according to testimony on Thursday from the Oklahoma Bankers Association's president and CEO to the U.S. House Small Business Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access.

OBA President and CEO Roger Beverage told the subcommittee a community bank is much more than simply a bank to residents of small and rural communities and the excessive regulations currently being placed on the industry, particularly from the Dodd-Frank Act, are forcing these community banks to merge with larger ones or simple shutter their doors.

Click here to read more!


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