Washington Bankers Association (WBA) institution members and their employees gain access to all of WBA's industry programs and services, as well as exclusive benefits including:
- Discount on Career Center Postings
WBA has partnered with Boxwood Technology in order to connect qualified candidates with positions available at your bank. It's the largest financial services job board in the United States and reaches more than 1 million accounting, finance, banking, mortgage, and insurance professionals.
- Subscribe to WBA Publications
Stay up-to-date on the banking industry through our bi-monthly Association magazine, Issues & Answers, and through our new electronic newsletter, BankWire.
- Get Involved
We encourage all member bankers to participate with the WBA. Through advocacy, committees, professional development, and more, we provide our members with quality opportunities to strengthen the banking industry in Washington state.
Washington Bankers Association (WBA) created the WBA Scholarship Program to assist children and dependents of full-time employees of WBA’s member institutions in pursuing their college education.
- Employee Benefit Program (NWBT)
Employee Benefit Trust combines the purchasing power of a single employer with thousands of employees with the opportunity to spread the risks associated with their benefit programs.
- Manage Resources
Sign up for WBA newsletters, add employees to your institution's account, and gain access to quality tools and resources.
- Northwest Financial Industry Salary Survey
Access reports with data on financial institutions within the Northwest, including: salary trends, benefit costs, board of directors compensation, and more.
- Access Professional Development
Access to top-notch educational offerings - provided in a variety of formats that make training as convenient, timely, and cost-effective as possible - and special member pricing on registrations and trainings. View our calendar for a comprehensive list of courses.
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