About the Texas Bankers Association

Education, information and advocacy

Since 1885, the Texas Bankers Association has been working to create a dynamic and profitable environment for Texas banks. This environment has provided a healthy atmosphere for the industry, as well as resources and services to benefit bank employees.

TBA is the leadership organization and principal advocate for all Texas banks:

  • The Texas Bankers Association has 435 member banks.
  • 85 percent of Texas banks are members of the TBA.
  • TBA member banks have 4,637 branches.

News Releases

Campus Eye Fights Cyber Bullying

10/19/2017
TBA has teamed up with Mobile Innovations LLC to make its Campus Eye mobile app available to Texas school districts as a tool to prevent cyber bullying.

Eric Sandberg to Retire From TBA

6/30/2017
Eric Sandberg to retire from TBA effective June 30, 2018.

TBA Elects 2017-18 Officers

5/30/2017
The membership of the Texas Bankers Association recently elected officers for the 2017-2018 fiscal year.

50-Year Bankers Honored

5/12/2017
Twelve Texas bankers are honored with TBA's 50-Year Banker Award.

Cornerstone and LiFE Awards Presented

5/11/2017
The Texas Bankers Foundation presented the annual Cornerstone and Leaders in Financial Education Awards.

Texas Bankers Association Supports Congressman Hensarling Stance on CFPB

2/9/2017
The Texas Bankers Association (TBA) applauds Chairman Hensarling’s strong stance that the CFPB has harmed the very consumers it purports to help.

Media Contact


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Op-Eds

Financial CHOICE Act is Win-Win for Texas

10/25/2017
The adoption of the Financial CHOICE Act is a win-win for Texas consumers, homeowners and small business owners.

Vote 'Yes' on Prop 2

10/23/2017
Vote 'yes' on Prop 2 and make home equity loans available to more homeowners.

The Truth About Retailers and Swipe Fees

3/23/2017
Repealing the Durbin Amendment will support economic growth and help all Texans.

CFPB has Created a Regulatory Credit Crunch

3/15/2017
The Dodd-Frank Act has resulted in approximately 24,000 pages of proposed and final rules.