IMBA - STATE EVENTS
Fall 2019 Future Leaders Class
September 10th, October 8th, & November 5th
(All three dates are required for course completion.)
We will have nine modules presented by IMBA member industry experts, covering the following major industry components:
Class participants will be invited to attend the fall state-wide meeting on November 12th, the registration fee is included in the course fee ($249/1st person from company and $219/for additional). For more details click here.
Click here for an application. There is no fee at this time. Please return the application to the IMBA office by Friday, August 23rd.
Confirmation of acceptance will be communicated the following week.
Please call (812) 537-0110, or e-mail, InMBA@sbcglobal.net, if you have any questions.
IMBA has six Indiana Chapters covering; Indianapolis, Merrillville (NW Indiana), South Bend, Fort Wayne, Evansville, and Bloomington. The Indianapolis chapter (GIMBA) also serves surrounding major Indiana cities including Muncie, Lafayette, and Anderson and also serves its surrounding suburbs such as Carmel, Noblesville, Greenwood, Plainfield, Fishers, and Avon.
In existence since March of 1958, the IMBA is the voice of the mortgage banking industry here in Indiana. Although closely affiliated with, and a member of, the national MBA, the state association works on an independent basis to improve and educate lenders in Indiana. Our mission statement includes providing services, support, and information to our members, and, to promote sound and ethical business practices consistent with industry standards.
Individual chapters began forming in July 1989 with the Greater Indianapolis Mortgage Bankers Association coming into being. In April 1991, members in the Fort Wayne area formed the Northeast Chapter and this was soon followed by the Northwest Chapter, serving the Merrillville Area, The South Central Chapter, which serves the Bloomington, Michiana, which serves the South Bend metropolitan area in Northern Indiana, and the Southwest Chapter which serves the Evansville Area.
Following the basic guidelines and bylaws of the IMBA, the chapters work closely with the state association in order to be a stronger and more unified voice, and, offer valuable and timely industry-related meetings as well as networking opportunities.