Communities need Banks.

Banks Need Community.

our Purpose

Through more than a century of service, we’ve seen it all.

Together we support our member banks and bankers with leadership, advocacy and education to benefit the communities and customers they serve.

2021 KBA Insurance, Inc. Continuing Education Andover
Wed, Oct 27, 2021
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2021 Economic Outlook & Risk Management Conference
Wed, Nov 3, 2021 - Thu, Nov 4, 2021
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2021 IT Auditing & IT Risk Assessment for Financial Institutions
Tue, Nov 9, 2021
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There will be a bank.

From the more than 240 Kansas banks. We are here, ready to serve you.

Why our members love us.

Member Benefits

Education

KBA’s Education department provides training opportunities for all levels of banking employees including digital learning, training events, and in-bank training.

Legal/Compliance

The KBA Legal Department provides assistance to all KBA member banks, including answering questions regarding regulatory compliance, deposit, lending, and general operations.

Insurance

KBA Insurance offers a variety of products designed specifically for the unique needs of the banking industry. KBA Insurance helps member banks stay protected while remaining competitive and profitable.

Advocacy

Communities turn to their banks for support and understanding, banks turn to KBA for the same reason.

Latest News

Oct 8, 2021

For a list of conferences and seminars coming to you in 2022, check out our 2022 Education Preview.

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#NationalMakeaDifferenceDay Kansas community banks make a difference in our communities and daily lives every day. Where you save and spend your money impacts your community as well and you have the impact to make a difference!
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It was great to be able to honor Richard Campbell, Chairman of the Board for Astra Bank, on his 50 Years in Banking in person! https://t.co/VuBUlinbGl KansasBankers photo
Maggie Lena Walker (July 15, 1864 – December 15, 1934) was an African-American businesswoman and teacher. Walker was the first African-American woman to charter a bank and serve as its president in the United States.
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