Bankers’ Bank of the West (Member FDIC), a noncompeting source of correspondent solutions since 1980, provides community banks with high-quality, competitively priced products backed by BBW’s deep expertise and exceptional customer service. We offer cash letter processing and settlement services; agent fed funds and fed funds lines; wire transfers; international services; certificates of deposit. Bank card services include ATM and debit card processing; merchant services and mobile payments solutions; credit cards, debit cards, and prepaid cards. We provide professional safekeeping as well as access to investment portfolio accounting services. Lending services include loan participations for overline, share-the-risk, and concentration management; bank stock and direct loans to banks; and municipal leasing.
We provide service to over 180 banks in the western United States. Services include director’s examinations, opinion audits, internal control evaluations, compliance reviews, income tax planning and preparation, loan reviews, profit enhancement studies, budgeting, data processing reviews, trust examinations and tax preparation, mergers and acquisition structuring and bank holding Company forecasts. We are committed to providing timely, professional services for a reasonable fee.
TIB is the nation’s largest and most trusted bankers’ bank, providing correspondent banking products and services to nearly 1,700 independent community banks from coast-to-coast.
The Colorado Bankers Association represents more than 90 percent of the $126 billion in assets within the 148 banks operating in Colorado. On behalf of the 23,000 men and women who work within a regulated, traditional Colorado bank, CBA works with government to continually improve the banking industry in this rapidly changing environment. CBA focuses on improvements that increase benefits for customers, value for shareholders, and a stronger business climate for our local economies. CBA also provides industry-specific information and education to bankers, offers bank insurance, acts as a partner between bankers and servicers and provides other miscellaneous services. CBA focuses on creating a stronger economy and helping Coloradans realize dreams by building better banks.
The Graduate School of Banking at Colorado provides community banks with educational programs to prepare the next generation of leaders for success. Our programs include the Annual School Session and the one-of-a-kind Executive Development Institute, a program designed to address succession issues by developing the next generation of executives at community banks.
The Independent Bankers of Colorado is the largest bank member trade association in Colorado, exclusively providing a common voice and advocacy for community banks across the state. The IBC seeks to influence legislative and regulatory decisions at the state and federal levels and to provide communication, networking, and counsel resources to our members. The IBC also offers extensive education and training programs for community banks, as well as quality banking products and services at competitive rates. The IBC provides and supports education and training opportunities for the community banking industry, Colorado students, and the public. The IBC makes available financial services and literacy information to consumers and offers scholarships for select graduating high school seniors and continuing education for bankers.
The Independent Community Bankers Association of New Mexico was organized in 1984 and has become the primary voice representing community banking interests before state and federal lawmakers and regulators. Our member banks are independently owned and operated, and hold more than $20 billion in deposits at over 255 locations across the state and employ more than 8,200 New Mexicans.
Jones & Keller attorneys have extensive experience representing national, regional and local banks, commercial finance, mortgage and insurance and bonding companies. The firm’s attorneys monitor and advise clients in highly complex legal transactions such as private placements of debt and equity securities, trust preferred financing’s, public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, holding company reorganizations, new bank charters, regulatory applications, acquisitions of commercial loan portfolios, negotiation and preparation of form agreements for use in lending programs, loan documentation, and new products and services that may be offered by financial institutions. Our banking team works with the cooperation and assistance of other lawyers in the firm who bring expertise in related disciplines, such as real estate, securities, tax, corporate and commercial litigation.
The mission of the New Mexico Banker’s Association is to represent member interests on both national and state legislative issues impacting the banking industry; provide educational resources to enhance bank personnel success; promote unity within the industry on common issues; and improve the regulatory climate to allow members to successfully compete in offering financial and related products and services.
The Wyoming Bankers Association (WBA) is a trade association established to serve the needs of the state’s banking and thrift institutions. The WBA exists to assure and promote the continued strength of banking institutions throughout the state. Our goal of promoting the welfare of banks is accomplished through efforts such as state and federal political actions, research, education, training programs, and communication with regulators and the public. The association provides services and products for members more effectively and efficiently than may be obtain individually. Wyoming Bankers Association provides an excellent networking opportunity for our member banks.