A message from Maryland Bankers Association President and CEO Kathleen Murphy to the 26,000+ bank professionals in Maryland
When the skies are the darkest, the stars shine the brightest. This is what I have always believed about our industry. You have been there for your clients and communities through floods, hurricanes, individual hardships and so much more. Your clients know the incredibly meaningful role you are serving today to help them preserve their economic futures.
We salute you for doing what you do best in the midst of this crisis. Our industry's resilience once again speaks volumes about the strength of the banking industry. Although it is a great responsibility to be an "essential service provider" at this time, we know that every banker continues to proactively go-above-and beyond to help Marylanders.
MBA thanks you for being responsive to the changes put forth by Governor Hogan, to the demands of your community, and for challenging us and trusting us to meet the moment with you. As always, we are here for you.
The Maryland Bankers Association, like our members, is concerned about the growing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the impact it will have around the country and here in Maryland. MBA is committed to sharing vital information and updates with the banking community and has created a COVID-19 resources page with various links that will be updated periodically. Click here to read more on MBA's COVID-19 Resources webpage and to see what are member banks are doing to help!
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: To protect our members and employees, MBA will be suspending in-person events and meetings through September 30, 2020. Unless we have specifically cancelled or postponed an event, we are moving ahead as planned for future events. Please check the MBA website for status updates on individual events for further updates. As we continue to closely monitor the Coronavirus situation, we will make determinations regarding the status of future in-person events and meetings.