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MBA is a statewide trade and professional organization in Jefferson City that represents the interests of banks and savings and loans in Missouri. In addition, MBA provides educational opportunities, products and services that assist bankers with enhancing their banking operations. 




The Missouri Banker

The Missouri Banker - May 2017The latest issue of The Missouri Banker summarizes banking legislation passed by the Missouri General Assembly and showcases our best wishes to Bill Ratliff, who is retiring from MBA. In his final column as MBA chairman, Harold Miles encourages bankers to trust your team, expand your circle and be engaged. Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer highlights components of the Financial Choice Act that is moving to the House for debate.View Past Issues

MO Banks Are Hiring

Missouri Banks Are HiringHave you ever wanted to be a bank president? Do you enjoy helping businesses and individuals achieve their dreams? If so, check out these opportunities with Missouri banks.

MBA internconnect

  MBA InternConnect offers resources to help promote the Missouri banking industry as a viable career option for college students.

Incident Response Playbook

2017 Incident Response Playbook Preparation for the unexpected is often the key to survival. The 2017 Incident Response Playbook outlines steps for banks to take during crisis events to ensure coordinated activities in the financial sector.

MBA Education Programs

MBA offers numerous programs to assist bankers with their professional development.

Accudata Background Check

See how MBA can help your bank conduct professional background checks. Already a client? Log in here.

MBA InternConnect

MBA is pleased to offer a new program to introduce college students to banking careers.


The Missouri Bankers Association and its members urge consumers to take an active role in protecting their data. 

Missouri Economy Suffers If Banks Cease Ag, Commercial Loan Operations

A new study reveals Missouri’s state and local economies would suffer significant losses if Missouri banks stopped loans for agriculture and commercial lending.

Today's Banking News


Wells Bank to add expansion
Maryville Daily Forum, 6/2/17

Table of Experts: Inside banking and finance
St. Louis Business Journal, 6/2/17

Zeroing in on the top performing banks so far this year*
St. Louis Business Journal, 6/2/17
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St. Louis Fed president makes case for shrinking Fed assets
St. Louis Business Journal, 6/2/17

Gov. Greitens names new economic development director
St. Louis Business Journal, 6/2/17

Bank of America Corp.'s executive compensation, stock ownership and more*
St. Louis Business Journal, 6/1/17
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Commentary: Pig money, and the season for student loans
Southeast Missourian, 6/2/17


Trump said to pick nominees for 2 positions on Fed board
The New York Times, 6/2/17

Retailers win, banks lose in debit-card swipe fee fight
Bloomberg, 6/1/17

Commentary: Make banking reform work for communities
My San Antonio, 6/4/17

Commentary: Growing the Economy: The other big story in Washington this week
Medium, 6/4/17


Voluminous Dodd-Frank law rings 'hollow' for community banks
Cedar Valley Business Monthly, 6/4/17

Commentary: Rolling back financial regulation? A closer look suggests otherwise
Morning Consult, 6/2/17


Powell: Burden on bank boards likely to be relaxed
MReport, 6/2/17

Bank stress tests can be simplified, former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair says
CNBC, 6/1/17

Commentary: Community banking’s future is in offering advice, not products
American Banker, 6/1/17

Commentary: Big banks, medium banks and why the distinction really matters
The Hill, 6/1/17


Missouri fares worst among 9 states in regional economic survey
AP/St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 6/1/17

MBA Compliance Force Services

In addition to the compliance education and resources available from MBA, banks can tackle compliance challenges with MBA Compliance Force. Member banks may bundle offerings available through MBA’s compliance department and receive discounted pricing on MBA products and services.

MBA Title Service

Almost every bank encounters problems with titling and lien perfection transactions. At MBA Title Service, staff takes care of these issues for banks, serving as a liaison with the Missouri Department of Revenue. Using MBA Title Service guarantees your transactions are handled efficiently, correctly and professionally. 


MBA VEBA's full range of employee benefits is provided by the only banker-owned, nonprofit trust in Missouri. MBA VEBA is dedicated to giving banks control over benefit costs.

2017 Young Bankers Leadership Award

The award recognizes the achievement, performance and community and industry involvement of a Missouri banker, 45 years of age or younger. Nominations must be postmarked or emailed to MBA by Friday, June 23.

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