Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Get Involved

Your industry needs you!

There are many ways to get involved in the Oklahoma banking community through the OBA. We offer planning committees, educational programs and events that allow you to be a part of your industry. Check out the links on the left to find out how you can get involved!

Click here to find out about our committees!
Click here to see more about financial literacy initiatives!

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Participate in our Regulatory Feedback Initiative!

The Regulatory Feedback Initiative gives bankers a chance to comment anonymously about the bank’s examination process. If you have had an exam in the last year and haven’t completed a “Post Exam Survey” please direct your staff to click here. We need to know what happened – the good AND the bad. And then let your staff know this is something they should do after every completed exam.

Post Exam Survey

Your industry needs you!

OBA Economic Impact BrochureThe OBA communications department developed an “Economic Impact Brochure” that breaks out how much Oklahoma-chartered banks mean to the economy of the state. The brochure will be used in OBA visits with government officials and media to help illustrated the positives of banking in our state.

Download brochure (.pdf)

If your bank would like a professional printing version (larger file size, along with printer’s marks) to have professionally printed by a local company of your choice, feel free to contact the OBA’s communications department.

If you have any question about this brochure, or its use, feel free to contact Jeremy Cowen in the OBA Communications Department.

Megan McGuire, Member Relations Coordinator

Email: megan@oba.com      |      Phone: Ext. 109

Megan joined the OBA in May 2015. A native of Ardmore, she graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2008. Prior to joining the OBA, Megan worked as an event planner in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors. Outside of work, she enjoys running, cooking, traveling and OSU sporting events. Megan has spent at least one day in each of the 48 continental states and plans to add Alaska and Hawaii to her list in the near future.