CBAO

AcronymDefinition
CBAOCommunity Bankers Association of Ohio
CBAOCanadian Bar Association Ontario (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
CBAOCommunity Bankers Association of Oklahoma (est. 1974; Oklahoma City, OK)
CBAOCommunity-Based AIDS Organization
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Established in 1974, the CBAO exclusively represents community banks and thrifts in Ohio who serve their communities through 1,450 locations and 18,000 employees, with more than $61 billion in assets, $46 billion in insured deposits and over $44 billion in net loans.
The CBAO is the 10th affiliate member of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) that has selected St.
Our community bank members are the ultimate winners here," said Craig Buford, president & CEO, CBAO.
The CBAO was founded in 1976 as a trade association dedicated to focusing on issues that impact community bankers.
Century bank is traded on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board under the symbol CBAO.
CBAO is a trade association representing about 80 banks with combined assets of $6.
NOTE TO EDITORS: Digital images of IBAT and CBAO logos, Williston, Jones and CBAO head Craig Buford can be obtained at http://24.
Profit Technologies Corporation (PTC) receives a Preferred Vendor endorsement from the CBAO Service Corporation (CBAO-SC), a subsidiary of the Community Bankers Association of Ohio (CBAO), for their Courtesy Overdraft Processing System (TM) (COPS)(SM).
The CBAO plans to market the COPS(SM) program to its financial members through direct contact with each financial institution as well as through their traditional informational direct marketing efforts.
Scott Williams, executive director of CBAO said, "CBAO is excited to be able to offer our members an excellent line of retail and commercial Internet banking products.
Our principal focus at FundsXpress is secure transaction technology and our alliance with CBAO will give Ohio financial institutions a reliable Internet banking solution at an affordable price," FundsXpress Chairman & CEO John A.
CBAO is the leading bank in Senegal, and the second-largest in the eight-member regional monetary union Union Economique et Monetaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA).