Consumer Bankers Association - CBA

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DEFINITION of 'Consumer Bankers Association - CBA'

A U.S. trade organization representing financial institutions offering retail lending products and services. The Consumer Bankers Association (CBA) is a retail banking interest group and they also provide educational courses, industry research and federal and state-level representation on issues relating to consumer banking.




INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Consumer Bankers Association - CBA'

The Consumer Bankers Association is recognized as a voice on retail banking issues in the nation's capital and provides financial education programs and resources that help bankers stay on top of industry practices.




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