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The Rhode Island Bankers Association responds to COVID-19

Rhode Island Banks and Credit Unions Stand Ready to Help
MARCH 19, 2020 (PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND) – The Rhode Island Bankers Association (RIBA) and Cooperative Credit Union Association (CCUA) announced a collaborative effort today on behalf of their customers, members and communities, to publicly reinforce the safety, security and reliability of financial services throughout the state.
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The Rhode Island Bankers Association was first organized in 1915 and serves as the sole Rhode Island based organization serving the banking industry and will advocate for its member institutions and participate alongside other New England Banking industry associations in order to fulfill the following goals:

Provide strong governance and advocacy for the benefit of its members;
Maintain a high level of participation from the banking community;
Remain actively engaged in statewide, regional and national issues for the benefit of its members. Maintain strong working relationships with the American Bankers Association and nearby state banking associations;
Provide access to its members to the State of Rhode Island legislative branch, executive branch offices and state agencies;
Continue to provide educational, informational and networking opportunities to its members;
Maintain and provide transparent data and facts regarding the collective accomplishments of its members to the community at large;
Operate the Association in a viable financial manner while maintaining a reasonable dues structure for its members.
 
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