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CFPB Proposal Would Undermine Benefits of Arbitration
Posted on 5/5/2016
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today released a proposal that would prohibit customers from waiving their ability to participate in class action suits and limit ...

On Tax Day, Nichols Calls on Congress to End CU Tax Exemption
Posted on 4/19/2016
As millions of Americans filed federal income taxes yesterday, ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols wrote to Congress urging lawmakers to end the credit union ...

FDIC to Host Webinars on Financial Literacy Resources
Posted on 4/11/2016
In conjunction with National Financial Capability Month this April, the FDIC will hold two webinars to provide an overview of the agency’s educational resources, including ...


Welcome!


The North Dakota Bankers Association is dedicated to helping North Dakota banks succeed. We live our mission statement, Extraordinary Leadership for North Dakota Banks, daily. We listen, seek new ideas and solutions, and serve as a helpful resource. Our success comes from an active and involved membership.

We encourage all members to:
  • Participate in the government relations process--each voice matters. New laws and regulations directly impact our bank members and their customers. NDBA helps shape legislative proposals to reflect the interests of our membership.
  • Engage in educational opportunities and stay on the leading edge of learning--from dynamic conferences and workshops to the convenience of webinars at your desk.
  • Take advantage of endorsed vendor programs--generate other sources of income or realize cost-savings benefits through Association agreements with quality business partners.
  • Network with bankers through a multitude of events, including our helpful and constructive peer groups--where bankers drive the discussions and solutions are offered.
  • Promote financial literacy in their communities. NDBA has programs for young children, high school and college students, adults and senior citizens.



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