Benefits of Membership


Associate Members

WVBA associate members are valued members of the association, receiving immediate tangible benefits of accessinformationexposure and discounts.  WVBA associate members span virtually every vendor category within the industry.

Associate Member dues for the West Virginia Bankers Association are $1,000 per year, and represent a cost-effective investment in your business and your customers. The opportunities for interaction with leading industry decision-makers occur regularly, and provide Associate Members with a critical value added component for their membership.

To be considered for Associate Membership, please complete our online application.


WVBA associate members are invited to attend our Annual Convention held at The Greenbrier resort as well as other seminars and conferences held throughout the year.  Promotional opportunities such as sponsorship and product exhibition are available at WVBA events.  WVBA also extends invitations to its associate members to participate in technology, public policy and other industry programs. 


WVBA associate members are provided an array of information on the banking industry in WV.  You will receive a complimentary subscription to our quarterly journal - WV Banker Magazine, our bi-weekly electronic newsletter, weekly legislative updates during the regular legislative session and our annual West Virginia Bank Directory. 


WVBA associate members gain visibility with our bank membership.  All new associate members are announced in our electronic newsletter.  Your organization will also be listed in the WVBA’s Associate Member Services Directory and have a summary listing of corporate information on the WVBA associate member section of  Associate members are welcome to submit guest articles for publication consideration in our quarterly journal.  Membership brings other opportunities to raise your organization’s visibility among WVBA banking members as well.  Exclusive sponsorships, product and service displays, and other promotional opportunities are available only to WVBA associate members. 


WVBA associate members receive discounted member pricing on registrations, subscriptions, advertising and other WVBA services. 

Associate Membership Application Form (PDF)

Benefits (PDF)

West Virginia Banker Magazine

List of WVBA Associate Members 

For more information, please email Debbie Polen

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Bank Members

The West Virginia Bankers Association is in business to help its member banks – regardless of their size or specialization – to succeed in West Virginia’s ever-changing marketplace. 

As a WVBA member, you have access to a wealth of resources not available to other financial institutions or service providers, resources that directly impact your bottom line. 

The WVBA provides its member banks with resources to succeed, from specialized insurance products, insights on the industry to discounted printing supplies; the WVBA is constantly identifying new and needed resources for its members. 

We offer members the opportunity to grow business acumen through educational and professional development offerings, as well as the opportunity to meet and network with fellow banking professionals. 

WVBA also provides its members with preferred pricing for products and services that can improve operations, save money and support your Association through its Endorsed Partner Program. 

Bank Membership Application Form (PDF)

Benefits (PDF)

WVBA Awards


West Virginia Banker Magazine

List of WVBA Bank Members

For more information, please email Debbie Polen

Federal tax law prohibits the deductions of lobbying expenses for federal income tax purposes. Organizations like WVBA which assess member dues are required by law to notify their members of the portion of their dues attributable to lobbying and therefore non-deductible on your federal tax return. For the year March 1, 2018 through February 28, 2019, it is estimated that 15% of your dues will be attributable to lobbying as defined by the IRS. Contributions to WVBA are not charitable contributions; however, they may be deductible as a legitimate business expense.

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