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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 The Lender's Guide to Chapter 12 Farm Bankruptcies
Tue, Mar 9, 2021
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2021 Avoiding the Sting of Lender Liability Claims
Thu, Mar 11, 2021
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2021 Developments in Distressed Agricultural Loan Litigation
Tue, Mar 16, 2021
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2021 Tri-State Leadership & HR Conference
Thu, Mar 18, 2021 - Fri, Mar 19, 2021
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2021 Managing Problem Loans & Bankruptcy
Wed, Apr 7, 2021
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2021 Lending Fundamentals: Federal Law 4/15
Thu, Apr 15, 2021
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2021 Lending Fundamentals: Federal Law 4/21
Wed, Apr 21, 2021
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2021 KBA Golf Classic
Mon, May 10, 2021
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From the more than 240 Kansas banks. We are here, ready to serve you.

Why our members love us.

Member Benefits


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


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


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.


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

Latest News

Dec 22, 2020

For a list of conferences and seminars coming to you in 2021, check out our 2021 Education Preview.

Aug 19, 2020

Kansas Bankers Association has a new look we are excited to share with our bank community. 

Why The Change?

More than a century of service in the banking industry has taught us that moving forward often involves reflecting on the past. With that in mind, we engaged in a rebranding process that will set us in the direction for what is to come from the association and honor the rich tradition of banking in Kansas. The new brand is an external reflection of renewed vigor to continuously improve and better serve the banking community.

How We Got Here

The new brand will be on display in all of KBA’s communications going forward. There will be a few notable changes, like our new website. The most prominent feature of our new brand will be the logo which illustrates both the history of the KBA and our promise to Kansas banks.

The base of the new logo is the familiar shape of a crest. The coat of arms is representative of family, symbolizing how we feel about our members. Atop the crest, the notched corner creates the familiar shape of the state of Kansas. Inside the crest is the famous Kansas sunset. The rays of light reach every corner of the crest, the same way KBA’s services reach every corner of Kansas. The new logo represents KBA with elegance and authority. It is 133 years of service put on display.

What It Means For You

Every decision we make has Kansas banks at the center. Each enhancement is about improving service to our membership, and our decision to rebrand is no different. The updated brand will anchor new campaigns aimed at the general public and policymakers. 

The campaigns are designed to aid in the recruitment of fresh talent to the banking industry and  position the needs of banks as a priority for policymakers. We’ve heard about the need for these two initiatives straight from our membership, and we look forward to addressing these important issues in the coming year. 

Below is a first look at one piece of our new creative work to support Kansas banks.

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