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The Massachusetts Bankers Association (MBA)

  • A multi-faceted banking trade group
  • Represents a wide variety of banking institutions
  • Works to improve education and training, improve technology, reduce fraud, and more


The Massachusetts Bankers Association (MBA) is a multi-faceted banking trade group that represents about 145 banks of all types. The organization provides a voice on legislative and compliance issues, offers training and educational opportunities, and works to improve banking technology and reduce fraud.

Who’s it for?

For institutions, large and small, are commercial, savings and co-operative banks, federal savings banks, savings and loan associations, and trust companies throughout the Commonwealth.


The Massachusetts Bankers Association will represent and promote the interests of its member institutions and those of the Massachusetts and New England banking industry overall as well as offer quality services that meet the needs of its broad-based constituency.

Resources & Services

Education and Training

MBA offers numerous opportunities for educational and training opportunities throughout the year, including events and e-learning.

Technology and Fraud

MBA works with local, state and federal law enforcement officers in cases of bank robbery, data breach, and fraud. The Bank Reporting Project, a public-private-government collaboration, is committed to fighting financial exploitation.


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