Oct 2, 2012 - BankNews Media, one of the nation’s most respected publishers dedicated exclusively to the banking industry, is pleased to announce that it has added Massachusetts Banker to its family of state banking magazines. Massachusetts Banker, published by the Massachusetts Bankers Association, is the leading voice of the Massachusetts banking market — one of the strongest in the nation, with more than 180 banks, savings and loan institutions, and trust companies, located throughout the commonwealth in 2,200 offices.
Published quarterly, Massachusetts Banker is now available in print, digital and mobile editions. Massachusetts Banker is distributed to all MBA members and has a total readership of more than 8,000 banking professionals in Massachusetts and elsewhere in New England, including presidents and CEOs, senior corporate officers, vice presidents, department managers, directors and other officers.
Each issue includes the latest association news, feature articles on topics essential to Massachusetts banking executives, updates on legislation and policy at the state and national levels, personnel announcements, charitable giving, and volunteer work by bank staff, as well as “pass along” financial education information in multiple languages for consumers in the digital edition.
BankNews Media’s family of state banking magazines includes California Banker, Florida Banking, In Touch (Kansas), Maine Banker, Banking Matters (Oregon) and Texas Banking — all the official publications of the respective state bankers associations.
For more information about Massachusetts Banker, contact Scott Englert, director of sales, at 913-261-7057 or senglert(at)banknews.com.
About BankNews Media
Based in Shawnee Mission, Kan., BankNews Media is dedicated to serving the needs of community bankers through a wide range of online and print products and services. Its flagship publication, BankNews, is the leading publication for community banks throughout the United States. The company’s Contract Publishing Division offers a range of services to state banking associations, from editorial and advertising sales, to design, printing and mailing. In addition, BankNews Media has been one of the nation’s most respected publishers of bank directories for more than 50 years.